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Sports Al Dente, a Surat-based company, set to open its first office in Delhi

While plans have hit the pre-production stage for the Delhi office, the sports news website has already put the geotags over the world map. International offices in the Philippines and Quezon City are on the anvil.

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A new address for reliable news is Sports Al Dente that publishes exclusive and unbiased reports and updates from the world of sports. The burgeoning website racks up over a million visits each month — a statistic reflective of the growing reliability of Sports Al Dente champions currently. The type of sports the website covers range from Football to WWE, with new sports being added to its ever-expanding library every day.

With the gradual growth of the website, Sports Al Dente is now looking to expand in terms of the workforce and its offices. The Surat-based website is going to cut the ribbon for a new office in New Delhi very soon. CEO of Sports Al Dente, Shubham Sharma, shed some light on the website’s course of territorial expansion.

“We’re looking to grow the company beyond the online beast that it already is. Expanding in terms of offices means that we’re looking for a large and diverse set of new voices hailing from various locations around the world”, said Shubham about the offline expansion. “We rake in significant online traffic on our website from India. So establishing offline spaces in the country was inevitable and a very important step for our expansion moving forward. We look forward to the fresh and young voices we’ll recruit from our offices in Delhi and other parts of India very soon”, added Sharma.

Opening new offices is not the only step Al Dente has in its plans for growth, however. CEO Shubham Sharma also went on to talk about various ventures the company is eyeing to dive into in the near future. “Ranging from magazine publication to exciting sports initiatives, we’re responding to the amazing feedback we’ve received from our online audience”, said Sharma.

Talking about the need for diverse sports representation in India, Sharma added, “Sports news sector in India is saturated with a select few sports that dominate the mainstream media. Our efforts at Sports Al Dente are to change that picture, and the way we tackle that is by spreading awareness about other overlooked and underrated sports and games that deserve a wide coverage as well.”

Delhi marks the first of several prime locations that Sports Al Dente has decided to start their offline expansion with. While plans have hit the pre-production stage for the Delhi office, the sports news website has already put the geotags over the world map. There are already plans of opening up international offices in the Philippines and Quezon City. CEO Shubham Sharma also elucidated the details regarding the international expansion of the company.

“Sports Al Dente is on the lookout for fresh voices and talent from all around the world. Our main sources for online traffic are dispersed throughout the world, so it makes sense that we extend our family to different continents and countries. We have already moved forward with our plans in South Asian countries like India and Philippines, with many more topographies in our roster”, added Sharma.  

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