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Australian start-up opens new office in Singapore

Zafar Anjum | July 4, 2014
Local Measure says the Singapore office will enable it to tap growth in the region

Local Measure is opening an office in Singapore to support the company's growth in the APAC region, the Australian location-based social platform announced recently.

The social media company already has existing clients in Singapore who use its services such as Spizza, SingTel, Gelatissimo and Qantas.

 "There are many opportunities for Local Measure in Asia to help businesses in the region extract valuable insights from various social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Foursquare. Expanding into APAC is an exciting next step in our growth plan," said Jonathan Barouch, Founder and CEO of Local Measure.

"We've developed a location-based customer intelligence tool that works for businesses of all sizes and across different languages," he added.

The Singaporean office will be headed up by Gary Spero, Vice President Asia at Local Measure. Gary has been with the company for the past three years and has been working very closely with Local Measure's clients in Asia Pacific, the company said in a statement. 

 

 

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