Digiperform launches a new center at Mandi, Himachal Pradesh.
- October 17, 2019
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Digiperform in Media
Get Ready Himachalis!
Asia’s Digital Marketing Training Company is in your town!
Digiperform is spreading its wings in the town of Himachal’s landscapes and popular hill-stations, culture & traditions in the form of a new center, Digiperform Mandi.
Tourism in Himachal Pradesh (India) is a major contributor to the state’s economy and growth as the Himalayas attracts tourists from all over the world.
With a population of more than 6 million, the young people of Himachal Pradesh have been looking for various ways to better job opportunities and start their career in the metro cities, apart from the tourism industry.
Today, Tourism and Hotel Industries are also in need of online marketers who can support to increase their business online and gain major footfall.
Now, Digiperform Mandi will come into play.
The launch was followed by a great ceremony under the presence of Chief Guest Shri. Prem Lal Chauhan (Former DSP Chandigarh) accompanied by Digiperform Mandi Partners Shri. Ram Prasad Choudhary and Shri Santosh Kumar.
On this auspicious occasion, both the partners quoted that “At Digiperform, we are committed to providing quality education in Digital Marketing and hands-on practical learning to nurture talents to the people of Himachal Pradesh with full dedication and commitment.”
Digiperform Mandi is the First Digital Marketing Training center spreading its wings in Himachal’s landscapes and popular hill-stations, culture & traditions.
Digiperform Mandi’s Media Presence:
Digiperform is India’s leading digital skill development network. Our vision is to create highly skilled manpower to support the digital economy in India by creating in-demand, job role-specific curriculum, certification, and processes delivered through the network of our education partners, enabled with training and marketing technology.
In the past 5 years, we have trained about 20000 individuals across 12 states and 16 cities. Currently, we have 40 classroom centers operating in India, having state-of-the-art learning infrastructure to support digital skills.