New Delhi: First Partners, an Indian communications consultancy firm that was co-founded by Santanu Gogoi from Assam, today announced its international foray through a strategic partnership with Singapore-based Progressive Communications. First Partners-Progressive combine would be able to offer a distinctive proposition to global and Indian clients seeking multi-market scalability and cutting-edge communication solutions.
Founder of First Partners, Santanu Gogoi, who is from North Lakhimpur in Assam, said, “We are looking forward to our partnership with Progressive Communications to deepen our offering for international brands as well as Indian companies seeking expansion internationally.”
Santanu Gogoi was born and brought up in North Lakhimpur and studied there in St. Mary’s School. He completed his Higher Secondary from Cotton College before moving to Delhi for higher studies. Santanu, now, has more than 20 years of experience in the communication industry.
Set up by Santanu Gogoi along with Atul Ahluwalia and Dilip Yadav five years ago, First Partners has achieved global recognition for both the quality of its work and levels of creative excellence vindicated by consistently winning international awards and felicitations. A key feature of First Partners’ model rests on senior industry talent providing strategic business-outcome focused solutions to clients with complex needs.
Progressive Communications, recently set up by industry veteran Tarun Deo, has besides partnerships with First Partners in India, Peppercomm in the United States and the UK and specialist analytics firm Simply Thought as its strategic partners.
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