Spicetree Design Agency opens shop in Chennai

SDA Chennai

After Chennai, as part of the expansion process, SDA hopes to expand presence in major Indian cities, including Bangalore.

In an attempt to expand its presence pan-India and serve clients better, Spicetree Design Agency Pvt. Ltd, a Mumbai-based leading digital marketing agency has launched SDA Chennai. After working towards a blend of creativity and innovative technology for the last 15 years, the company is now looking forward to a country-wide presence.

Starting with Chennai, the plans of expansion will be executed next in Bangalore and other major cities of India thereafter. The recent business alliance with Triton’s digital wing was also a step towards the same target.

SDA, the brainchild of Shiraz Khan, Founder Director, has been successfully operating in the web and digital sphere, offering creative marketing solutions to clients, based on the latest technology. Since its inception in 2004, it has etched a foothold in the web, digital and print design space, serving over 1200+ clients.

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The process of this expansion has been initiated with SDA Chennai. Post its launch, the city clients have already started showing results in terms of opportunities and appreciations for the company’s service. With SDA Chennai thus showing definite signs of growth, the company has its expansion plan to Bangalore, in the pipeline. The agency intends to be present in the major metro cities of India by the end of 2020.

Announcing SDA Chennai launch as the start of pan-India presence, Mehmood Khan, Director, SDA said, “It has always been our commitment to deliver the best to our clients. After 15 successful years of functioning in Mumbai, it’s now time to serve our clients in other cities directly and hence SDA Chennai has been launched. By the end of 2020, we wish to be present in all the major metro cities of India, providing creative marketing solutions aligned with the right set of latest innovative technology.”