Campaign India Team
Apr 28, 2015

Gozoop opens third international office in New York

Mumbai headquartered digital outfit adds to presence in Singapore and UAE

Rose and Moskovits
Rose and Moskovits
Gozoop, a 'digital services and products company' headquartered in Mumbai, has announced the launch of operations in New York City. After expanding its presence to the UAE in 2011 and Singapore in 2013, this is the company's third international office. 
 
An agency statement said it would look to service client brands including Dell, Lipton Ice Tea, Mashreq Bank, Xpress Money, Ferrari, Cold Stone Creamery and Kate Spade NY from the new office.
 
Leon Rose, chief of operations, and Mike Moskovits, chief of strategy development, will helm the New York operations. 
 
Rohan Bhansali, founding director, Gozoop, said, "The New York expansion is in line with our mission of creating a world class digital presence for world wide brands. The sheer size of the American market brings immense opportunities for not only our digital services but also our suite of products. In Leon and Mike we have found entrepreneurs who are a perfect fit for Gozoop and its values."
 
Rose said, “Although the digital arena in New York is already crowded and competition is fierce, what Gozoop brings to the table is disruptive products like Zozolo Social RoI and a unique approach to servicing. We are excited to carry over the company's success overseas to the North American market.”
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