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Digital Academy 360 opens six new training centers

New Delhi, Nov 14 (UNI) Digital marketing training centres Digital Academy 360 on Wednesday announced the launch of six new training centres in Mysuru, Bengaluru and in New Delhi respectively.
"The new centres are expected to cater to an additional 3000 plus students annually from these geographies. Digital Academy 360 imparts training in content writing and digital marketing that includes - SEO building, understanding the digital landscape, social media marketing, content development among others," said Founder & CEO Yogesh Shashi.
“We are seeing a revolution of sorts from our youth in the country. With very high penetration of the internet in our country, our youngsters are connected more than ever. This has led to an increased demand for digital marketing training curriculum and content like never before. Our rapid growth in the last few years is a testimony to this demand,” he added.
The new centres are in Vani Vilas Mohalla, Mysuru; Malviya Nagar, Delhi and Whitefield, JP Nagar, Electronic City & Yelahanka in Bengaluru.
"All these facilities will host state of the art infrastructure including high-speed internet, the latest video and audio equipment etc among others. Proficient trainers have been empanelled in each of the centres armed with an elaborate training of our curriculum and courseware,” a statement read.
Within a year’s time it has established 16 centres across Bangalore, Mysore, Pune. It has also completed training 15000+ students to date.
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