16 October, 2015
Grand Capital keeps expanding to be closer to our clients around the world. Today, we are pleased to announce that a new office has been opened in Kolkata, India.
“Asia-Pacific is one of our major target regions, along with Russia and CIS. We are glad that our clients in India will have the opportunity to consult with our local representatives.”
Anatoly Glezeris, Head of Partnership Department, Grand Capital
Office location is as follows:
Sector V, saltlake, near Webel Building, Kolkata 700091.
You can reach the office representative Bratin Maiti by phone + 9051346635 or skype: bratin.maiti.
You can consult with the office representatives regarding the following questions:
Office working hours: 10am to 7pm, Monday to Friday.
Welcome to the new Grand Capital office!
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