Last updated on December 15th, 2016 at 04:41 pm
Monday, 10th October 2016, Delhi School of Internet Marketing, a spirited name in digital marketing training delivery today marked its arrival into the Pink City Jaipur, Rajasthan, as inaugurating its foremost center. Affirming this successful takeoff across the state post the Gwalior launch, the institute expects to clock an imposing growth amongst the digital sphere, aligned with the valued skill development.
The training center will sharply focus on conveying ‘Advanced Digital Marketing Training Program’ to help youth graph aspiring careers by receiving managed training & delivery to suit their ability and talent development.
Addressing the launch, Mr. Kunal Choudhary, Founder and Corporate Trainer at DSIM said that, “Surprisingly, young professionals and students in the city will have the opportunity to reach certified training under the band of a new-age career program, affiliated to meet the sprouting needs of the Digital Industry.”
Considering the missing digital abilities in our youth as the key barrier to the digital transformation, he said, “We have strategies to invest greatly in reaching out to maximum of the cities. Today organizations are in incredible need of capable marketers and the most-looked for skill set includes digital marketing expertise. Hence to confirm the sustained fast growth towards created digital status and become the thrust of available resources, it is basic for us to receive the broadly perceived change- Going Digital.”
Over the 5 years, DSIM has assumed a substantial role in training students & professionals with its nearness in 8 regions, to be specific, Delhi (5), Bangalore (2) and 1 each in Noida, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Gwalior, Hyderabad and Bhubaneswar respectively. It has played a founding role in providing needed digital marketing skills to more than 9345 learners in over 246 batches.
As the most trusted digital marketing training brand in India, DSIM’s learning and talent development solution keeps on accepting the far reaching acknowledgment.
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