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SIP Academy India takes over global operations

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Chennai | Tuesday, Nov 22 2016 IST
The Chennai-based SIP Academy India, a childrenskill development organisation, today took over the global operations of SIP Academy Malaysia, which was the trademark owner for the SIP Abacus and Advanced Mental Learning [AMAL]. ''It is not an acquisition. It's only handing over of charge'', SIP Academy India Managing Director Dinesh Victor told reporters after signing an MoU with SIP Malaysia Founder and Global Director Kelvin Tham. This takeover meant that SIP Academy India will be the trademark owner and will now support the 11 nations currently under the fold of the founding Malaysian company. The 11 countries werre Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka, UAE, Tanzania, Morocco, South Africa and India. Terming it as a momentous occasion, Dinesh Victor said "this is the result of our philosophy to focus on the business keeping the child in mind. This consistent and outstanding performance has been possible because of the high levels of ownership and remarkable self-motivation demonstrated by each member of the SIP Academy team''. ''Today the SIP Academy India operations spans 1 lakh children, 750 franchisees, 2500 course instructors, 200 schools and spread over 275 cities across 23 states of India. We are proud that we have been able to, in a positive way, impact the lives of nearly five lakh children over the last 13 years with our various programmes'', he added. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Kelvin Tham said the Indian operations had set a redoubtable benchmark in terms of awareness creation, scaling up of operations and brand building for the concept. "This admirable performance has been consistent over the last severalyears and the Founders have decided that the stupendous achievement of SIP Academy India needs to be replicated successfully among other partner nations under the SIP Academy umbrella'', he addedUNI GV 1652

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