SG Analytics opens new office in London
The global insights and analytics firm, SG Analytics opened its new office in Berkeley Square Park, London, as part of its global growth strategy and scale-up efforts.
Set in the heart of London’s business activities, SG Analytics' new office in Berkley House will assist with the company’s growth in 2022 and beyond. The new office at Berkley Square House provides more space to meet with clients and partners, expands the company's presence in the heart of London, and enhances collaboration opportunities serving the diverse needs of businesses.
Earlier this year, Simran Wadhwa, one of the four partners at SG Analytics, moved to the UK to expand operations and enable deeper penetration in the region. She was instrumental in opening SGA’s New York office, a few years ago.
Simran, who has been part of SG Analytics since its inception in 2007, played a key pivotal role in growing the business across the US and the UK. In her current role, Simran is leading SG Analytics’ growth in the Europe region across Data Modernisation and ESG service lines and continues to manage its strategic accounts across the line of multiple businesses.
Commenting on the new office in London, Sid Banerjee, CEO, SG Analytics said, “Our business continues to grow at a rapid pace, and the UK and Europe’s growth remains a part of our long-term strategy, and there is no one better equipped to lead these growth initiatives other than Simran. And opening a new office in Berkley Square is a fantastic plus in continuation of SG Analytics’ global expansion plans.”
“I am excited about our new office at Berkley Square House. It is at the heart of business activities. Our proximity to the global organisations will certainly help us strengthen our relationships and find solutions to their business problems. Being a thriving organisation, we are geared up to make an impact for our clients, enabling faster & value-driven decision-making,” said Simran.
See What’s Next in Tech With the Fast Forward Newsletter
Tweets From @varindiamag
Nothing to see here - yet
When they Tweet, their Tweets will show up here.