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Flipkart’s First Intl. Office In The Silicon Valley

En route to grander success in the global world

India’s largest e-commerce marketplace Flipkart has spread its wings onto the global platform. The opening of Flipkart’s first international office in Silicon Valley, California will bring a boatload of benefits to the already prosperous company. From receiving funding via American investors to finding talent in one of the most developed countries in the world, Flipkart is truly taking flight.

‘Flipkart’ at Silicon Valley

Now with its strong positioning, Flipkart will be in a more promising position to receive funding from various global avenues including American investors.Along with greater participation from a workforce abroad, the change will also demand a difference in work culture.

According to a press release, Flipkart Chief Technology Officer (CTO), PeeyushRanjan tweeted that Flipkart is now live in the Bay Area, with their new office opening in Palo Alto, California.

Other Indian companies that have established offices abroad include Flipkart’s rival SnapDeal, food tech startup Zomato, data analytics startup SirionLabs and Wi-Fi solutions platform Mojo Networks.

Will Flipkart’s movement outside India outgrow the success of its competitors? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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