Google Business Services partners with Paris-based Partoo Google Profile Partner Company for the digital transformation of small businesses in India
New Delhi (India), January 31: Google Business Services, India’s leading company assisting small businesses and professionals with digital transformation, has teamed with Partoo, a Paris-based Google My Business official partner, to deliver Presence Management and Google growth services to its Indian business partners.
The partnership, according to Google Business Services, will help partnered businesses to get new customers and reach new geographies for getting stupendous business growth.
The Bangalore-headquartered Google Business Services was founded by Suhaas and Sagar V when they realized the potential of moving businesses online during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. The startup aimed at helping small businesses to increase their online presence through its B2B SaaS product—replacing traditional visiting cards with smart digital business cards.
“We are excited to partner with Partoo for Google Profile which is the official Google My Business partner to provide Presence Management and Google Growth Services to our partner businesses. Our USP is to provide overall digital transformation under one roof at a fraction of cost compared to other substitute solutions,” said Suhas, CEO, of Google Business Services, who has more than 8 years of experience in marketing and building tech startups.
Google Business Services has a client base in over 100 cities across India in more than 300 business categories. The company is offering services in website and mobile development, Google Presence Management, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), marketing software, and lead generation automation.
Sagar V, co-founder, of Google Business Services, said, “Company is looking at presently growing its presence across geography and building unbeatable automated marketing solutions for businesses. We have worked in over 300+ business categories by helping them get new customers and reach massive audiences.”