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Gurgaon-Based vCommission Sets up Accelerator and R&D Centre in Mohali

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Gurgaon-Based vCommission Sets up Accelerator and R&D Centre in Mohali 8

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vCommission, India’s leading Affiliate Network delivering performance on web & mobile to top Indian Brands, has recently launched an Accelerator and R&D Centre, in Mohali, Punjab. Located at D-91, 1st Floor, Industrial Area, Phase 7, Mohali,Punjab-160055 the office is spread across 3,000 sq. feet, with a seating capacity of 55, along with a Research studio with latest softwares and mechanics to conduct studies. The focus of this centre will be to conduct thorough research and study for innovative ideas along with developing various softwares, that will enhance the quality of services pertaining to the affiliate marketing industry. The Accelerator setup will also foray into helping startups in ad-tech industry with funding & mentorship at various stages through a unique Accelerator Program designed to support the upcoming ventures in the digital industry.

Headquartered in Gurgaon, vCommission, is one of the early entrants in the Indian market to offer unique internet advertising solutions to brands with their affiliate marketing services by collaborating various publishers across the globe. The focus for introducing this R&D Center & Accelerator Program is to further enhance the company’s vision to lead the digital space with first in innovation and become a trendsetter for the industry in values, wisdom and revolution, impacting the transformation of digitization to promote the growth of affiliate marketing industry in India.

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Established in 2008, vCommission is an online advertising networks specialising in Affiliate marketing. vCommission is India’s Leading Affiliate Network delivering performance on web & mobile to top Indian brands through a growing network of 17,500 worldwide affiliates.

Commenting on the occasion, Mrs. Parul Bhargava, CEO, vCommission, said, “We are thrilled to extend our office, and announce the commencement operations of our Mohali R&D Centre. This location is strategically apt, as this is an upcoming IT city, providing us an opportunity to absorb young talent in the ad-tech businesses. The focus of this centre will be to research and strategize on various new ways to enhance our current business model and further accelerate the growth of affiliate marketing industry as a whole. We have also designed a special Accelerator Program to support upcoming business ventures focusing on enhancing digital services and are happy to provide investment and mentorship to promising startups in this field. Our vision behind setting up this Accelerator program, is to further promote the growing relevance of affiliate marketing in digital marketing campaigns for brands across industries.”

Conceptualized in the year 2008,vCommission shifted focus to Indian advertising industry in 2010. Since then, vCommission has made a significant contribution in the field of affiliate marketing in India. Their unique business model provides ROI driven advertising solutions to brands by driving targeted traffic through their growing network of more than 17,500 worldwide publishers. Currently serving diverse online verticals, vCommission runs affiliate marketing campaigns for several brands like Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal, Paytm, Makemytrip, Qatar Airways, Dominos, Airtel, ClubMahindra, Bharat Matrimony, ICICI, SBI&Standard Chartered Bank,among others under their client portfolio.

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Suman Chaudhary
An engineer by education and writer by profession, Suman keeps tab on startup ecosystem of India and leads the research team of IndiaWeb2 for covering funding deals, merger & acquisition and market reports.

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