Xerago bags Gold at the W3 Awards for Olympic Gold Quest
Xerago swept the Gold award at the W3 Awards, sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts
The Olympic Gold Quest movement mentors and supports champions that include Saina Nehwal, Gagan Narang, Mary Kom and Vijay Kumar. Founded by Indian sporting legends, Olympic Gold Quest strives to unite the nation to help bring awareness to Olympic sports in India and bridge the gap between the best athletes in India and the best athletes in the world by providing the kind of support that means a big difference.
On this occasion Mr. Viren Rasquinha – CEO, Olympic Gold Quest and former captain of the Indian Hockey Team said, “I congratulate Xerago and especially Ganesh Mandalam for this wonderful achievement and honor. Xerago has created a website for Olympic Gold Quest that is very attractive and dynamic. Their efforts and creativity have definitely borne fruit. Olympic Gold Quest needed the support of a strong website (http://olympicgoldquest.in) to promote our cause and help us raise funds in the form of donations. Xerago has done much more than that. We are very proud to be closely associated with Xerago.”
On this joyous occasion Mr.Ganesh Mandalam - CEO, Xerago said, “We are very happy and honored to have won this prestigious W3 award. Like Olympic Gold Quest, Xerago believes that pivotal interventions produce remarkable results. We are glad to be helping Olympic Gold Quest digitally drive this movement”
Xerago is customer value maximization (CVM) company (http://www.xerago.com) that works with global brands and help them in maximizing marketing returns using their proprietary framework. Xerago has headquarters in Chennai and works with clientele around the globe.
About Olympic Gold Quest:
Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ) is a program of the Foundation for Promotion of Sports and Games which is committed to bridging the gap between the best athletes in India and the best athletes in the world thus helping Indian athletes to win Olympic Gold medals.
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