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Indian web firm shortlisted for Red Herring Magazine award

Indian web firm shortlisted for Red Herring Magazine award
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First Published: Tue, Aug 14 2007. 03 29 PM IST
Updated: Tue, Aug 14 2007. 03 29 PM IST
New Delhi: Red Herring Magazine has shorlisted Regalix, a company engaged in Web 2.0 marketing, as one of the 200 finalists of the Red Herring 100 Asia 2007 awards. Regalix works with Fortune 500 companies, publicly traded firms, and venture funded businesses to create marketing innovations as they grow and transform their business.
The awards are given to 100 cutting-edge private technology companies from across the Asia-Pacific region. The winners will be announced in Hong Kong on 29-31 August.
Around 200 finalists based in 16 countries/regions including China, India, Japan, Singapore, Korea, Australia and Vietnam were selected on the basis of their innovative strategies, overall expertise, disruptive influences on technology and their passion for the industry.
Joel Dreyfuss, editor-in-chief of Red Herring, said, “The contenders are exceptional companies that thrive on innovation and strongly define the important role of technology in Asia’s economy and throughout the world.”
“Innovation and disruption for business depends on your ability to find new ways to help your customers”, said Vikas Sharan, CEO, Regalix, “We feel fortunate to have led growth and transformation of successful businesses. I am pleased that Red Herring has selected Regalix to be among the top 200 in Asia.”
The finalists and winning companies will be celebrated at the Red Herring 100 Asia event in Hong Kong, scheduled from 29-31 August. The event features three days of keynote discussions, roundtable panels and intimate networking events designed for participants to make meaningful connections and learn what it takes to achieve the best in business and technology in Asia.
Regalix has evolved technologies and processes that transform innovation from an unstructured process into a predictable, scientific discipline that brings down costs and increases marketing success rates.
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First Published: Tue, Aug 14 2007. 03 29 PM IST