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Google banks on SMEs for India expansion
Published on 17 Nov. 2010 10:22 PM IST
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World’s most-used web search tool Google is planning to expand in nearly 30 cities across the country by offering services in eight regional languages within a year to cater to the needs of small businesses.
“Our focus is now on small businesses. They are the main driver of our growth,” Sridhar Seshadri, head of online sales of Google India, told IANS.
He said within six months Google would start offering support services in nine Indian languages - Hindi, Telgu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati and Oriya. The company has already started offering regional language support in four south Indian languages - Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam - from its Hyderabad office.
Google has launched a new learning and training programme called Google Engage - which is designed to help individuals and businesses engaged in offering web-related services.

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