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Following APAC, India based Ozone Media sets eye on Silicon Valley

Ozone Media, India based digital technology company, announced the opening of a new office in Silicon Valley, California. One of the first players in introducing new platforms to manage digital advertising, expanding to the Bay Area is a key corporate initiative for Ozone Media, as the company looks to enter its next phase of growth. The new office strengthens the company’s ability to innovate and accelerate technological growth.

Kiran Gopinath, Ozone Media

Kiran Gopinath, Ozone Media

Kiran Gopinath, CEO, Ozone Media said, “We are delighted to join the many other technology leaders that call Silicon Valley home. Presence in Silicon Valley gives us a golden opportunity to capitalize on the technology trends and partnership opportunities that are so abundant in this area. Silicon Valley is a renowned global center for the disruptive innovation, top talent and will help us reach our key audiences that will help propel Ozone Media to the next level.”

As the innovation center for its products that cater to advertisers globally, Ozone Media would host a product and technology team that would explore new arenas in digital technologies.

“Ad spends on digital platforms is growing exponentially year on year exploring dimensions that were never available in traditional ad mediums. Tech advancements are aiding advertisers in acute targeting, and we are growing fast to meet those needs,” added Mr Gopinath.

Meanwhile, Ozone Media’s product development engine continues to hum. The company recently announced Adadyn, an easy to deploy personalized digital display advertising, to enable advertisers to create and manage personalized advertisements for every single customer.

Noor Fathima Warsia

A veteran journalist in the Indian marketing, media and advertising fraternity, Noor Fathima Warsia took on the role of Group Editor -– APAC for Digital Market Asia in May 2013. Noor has focussed on tracking trends and developments in the Indian media industry.