Paradigm Sample Opens New Office in Gurgaon, India

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New office supports Paradigm Sample’s global roster of clients in the U.S., Europe, and Asia by providing extended operational support.

Paradigm Sample, a leading innovator in real-time market research, today announced the opening of its new office in Gurgaon, India. The Gurgaon office will continue to be Paradigm Sample’s operations, project management, and panel management. The new location also brings the company geographically closer to satellite offices of major U.S. and European companies.

“Our new presence in this important and vibrant business region in India means we can now support our clients with 24-hour service,” said Robert Gray, chief operating officer of Paradigm Sample. “To support our company’s growth objectives, we also look forward to tapping into Gurgaon’s large pool of talented and experienced market-research professionals.”

The office’s 20-person team, led by Vice President of Operations, Vikram Nayar, will supplement Paradigm Sample’s increasing requirements for client-support and operations coverage for the company’s global roster of clients in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. In addition to Paradigm Sample’s new office in Gurgaon and corporate headquarters in New York, the company also operates from offices in Boston and San Francisco.

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Since 2009 Paradigm Sample’s proven real-time market research has given leading companies a solid foundation to support all types of business and marketing objectives. The company’s extensive experience and knowledge in building mobile-based research solutions provides information and insight that can't be acquired from traditional market-research methods. Paradigm Sample also regularly partners with other market-research companies who need the company’s mobile-research platform, MobilePulse, to give their own clients compelling and valuable consumer information. This information spans all age groups, ethnicities, and regional demographics -- including the lucrative, and notoriously hard-to-reach, millennial generation. For more information, visit

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