Langoor, a full service digital-first agency, has now extended its creative wingspan to Dubai.
With its new office in the city, Langoor is looking at bringing its skilled team to win hearts in the Middle East.
Excellent data driven strategy, visual design, content excellence and campaigns with real impact have won them client accolades in the marketing world, the company said.
After a firm foothold in Sydney and Melbourne (Australia), Ahmedabad and Bengaluru (India), Hong Kong and Singapore, the creative agency is all set to launch in Dubai.
In the first year of its presence in the region, Langoor is set to invest Dh1 million ($272,000).
Ruchir Punjabi, founder, Langoor, said: “With the start of our Dubai office, we have added yet another strong footprint to our presence in the Mena and Asia Pacific regions. Our focus will be on Return-On-Investment (ROI) oriented business models along with cutting edge design and effective communication for our clients in the region. With special attention on the retail, infrastructure and e-commerce segments we will be looking at adding more clients in these sectors.”
Adding another feather to the cap, Langoor has appointed Rebecca Jacobsson as the head of client services at its Dubai office.
Jacobsson comes to Langoor with over 12 years of experience in the digital world, working with large multinational corporations. She will bring processes and solutions that will help shape the company and provide growth in the GCC region for Langoor and its clients, the statement said.
Langoor is a leading pure play agency of creative technologists. Creative technologists are redefining the world of conventional advertising and marketing while enabling organisations reach their full potential by using connected experience, design and creating digital assets to attract and engage their customers. The company has a team strength of more than 200 and a combined client pool of over 80 clients.