Neil Patel Digital to launch operations in India

Pradeep Kumaar appointed as CEO

May 24, 2019 10:17:00 AM | Article | Campaign India Team

Neil Patel Digital, the content marketing and SEO specialist agency, will be launching operations in India in June 2019.
The agency will be based in Bengaluru.
Neil Patel was rated among the top 25 marketing influencers in the world by Forbes in 2017. He was recognised as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama. In the USA, Neil Patel Digital has worked with companies like Amazon, NBC, GM, HP and Viacom.
Patel said, "Even though I’ve helped top businesses such as Google, NBC, and General Motors increase their ROI, nothing is as satisfying as helping small businesses and startups scale up their business. Now that Neil Patel Digital is making its way to India, we are really excited to help Indian companies scale up their growth potential by incorporating futuristic marketing strategies."
Pradeep Kumaar has been appointed as CEO and Senthil Kumar Hariram is vice president of the Indian operations. 
Kumaar added, “Neil Patel has a large number of followers in India, and many of the Indian digital marketing experts consider Neil Patel as their guru. We wanted to ensure that the digital marketing sphere in India follows the latest global trends so that businesses, especially startups and small businesses can leverage their ROI by adapting to these trends.”
Senthil Kumar Hariram said, "The traditional gap between the marketing and sales team is shrinking, thanks to the powerful tools such as AI-powered conversational chat-bots and automation platforms built over CRMs like HubSpot. Conversions are the new norm and marketing teams can no longer stick to traditional reach metrics. NPD India is going to facilitate this bridge by empowering the marketing departments to become “sales ready." Bringing in advanced funnel setups and organic traction powered by content marketing, we will be focusing on solving the problems faced by marketing departments of the India brands".