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Directi to hire over 1,000 people

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Mumbai | Friday, 2016 5:45:45 PM IST
Technology and web products group Directi on Friday announced to hire over 1,000 additional people by the end of this year which will double the company's strength.

"With this, we are entering a new phase of accelerated growth and expansion. When it comes to the strategic priorities of our new businesses, we are optimally investing to hire best resources from the industry," Bhavin Turakhia, Co-Founder and CEO of Directi, said in a statement.

The new businesses are Ringo, the company's calling application, Flock, its enterprise messaging application and Zeta which offers digitised meal vouchers.

With major expansion plans across all its brands, Directi aims to further build the office strength in Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi and add new offices at Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad and Kolkata.

--IANS vr/vt

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2016-07-01-16:14:04 (IANS)

 
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