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StepOne XP expands its physical footprint in India, opens new office in Delhi NCR

StepOne XP (StepOne), a leading experiential marketing company, today announced the opening of its new office in Delhi NCR. With the addition of the NCR chapter, the company also aims to double its headcount this year with strategic hiring in the region.

Centrally located in Gurgaon, this office marks a significant milestone in the company’s growth strategy and reaffirms its commitment to serving clients with enhanced efficiency and innovation. Through this expansion, StepOne is focused on serving its broadening client base in the region.

Commenting on the occasion Rajat Khaitan, Founder, StepOne XP said, “We are currently in the growth phase with topline revenue thriving at over 150% year on year. With a flourishing client roster, we feel that a senior team based in the region will be better placed to engage at a strategic level and contribute to overall growth for our clients. This is also to support our future plans of expanding in South East Asia and the Middle East.”

The expansion plan follows the resounding success of the company’s already thriving operations, with key clients in the HR tech, fintech, and retail sectors. Since its inception in 2020, StepOne has built an extensive presence across the country with offices in Mumbai, Kolkata, and now Delhi NCR. In just 2 years, StepOne has partnered with 75+ leading brands to deliver 200+ events. StepOne’s expertise spans the curation of end-to-end immersive experiences, along with providing tech and creative solutions for events.

 About StepOne XP:

StepOne XP (StepOne) is an innovative experiential marketing company with full-fledged in-house capabilities. For StepOne, “reimagining experiences” is not a buzzword. In every way, big or small, StepOne rethinks the way clients can engage with their employees and audiences. With creative ideation and tech prowess, StepOne bridges the gap between where events currently lie and where they can be.

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