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KOCHI: Kreata Global, a leading digital media outsourcing firm, has opened its office in ‘Athulya' building at Infopark. The new state-of-the-art office was inaugurated by Stanley Joseph Parekkatt, managing director of the company, in the presence of Gigo Joseph, CEO, Infopark Kochi. Kreata Global offers digital services to a host of international clients. The services provided by the company include Interactive Websites, Facebook Applications, Game Development, 2D Animations and Mobile Applications. Kreata Global is an associate company of the Dubai- based KBC Marcom (part of the Al-Rais Group), which specializes in digital marketing services with a full-fledged blend of strategy, design, technology and management.
Known for servicing international clients who have made it big in the global scenario, Kreata Global is now looking to tap the domestic Indian market and the huge potential it offers. As part of it, the company will soon extend its operational bases in India to meet the requirements of a wider variety of clients who strive for quality and top-notch digital media solutions. “We are very pleased that one of the most reputed companies in Dubai has set up its office here in Infopark. This proves that more companies are looking at Infopark as a strategic location to set up their business and we are more than happy to provide the facilities which are on a par with the best they have worked with in the past,” Mr. Joseph said. “The global advertising and marketing scenario is undergoing a drastic change these days. The role we enact would be that of facilitators who help meet the various online requirements that both advertising agencies and individual clients alike demand,” said Deepan Parameswar, executive director of Kreata Global. The office is being set up in an area of over 1,700 sq ft.
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