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Have you ever promoted your product at Indian market?

We have found that the product we've done is quite in high demand among Indian recruiters. Do you know any boards or local professional social networks where Indian HR and recruiters have some discussions?

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Aravind Nirmal Kumar
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I think this is quiet popular http://www.citehr.com/
Nebojsa Stojnic
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I can said bravo ,if you are sell something like new mobile phones or anything similar go for it ,if you are selling service ,than think twice Indians are generally interesting in everything .Just when come to pay time THEY ARE NOT BUYING ,because they have no money that is easy .So think about normal markets .....
Taj Sateesh
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Taj Sateesh Entrepreneur
CEO at Sphinx Resources--The Preferred Recruitment Partners in Hi-Technology R&D & Manufacturing
Like Aravind suggested, CiteHR is a popular & widely participated HR Forum Taisiia.
I am a Senior member of CiteHR. If you wish any assistance, pl feel free to contact me.

I am not sure of Nebojsa's experience with Indians. It's just that Indians, by nature, evaluate the usefulness of a product or service over the LONG-RUN & money for such products/services wouldn't be an issue. Short-term advantages just don't appeal to them, unless it's critical.
They would rather find other ways to address any immediate/short-term situations than spending money......what we, in India, call 'jugaad'.

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Tymofiy Rans’kyy
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Tymofiy Rans’kyy Entrepreneur
Business Development Manager at CleverStaff - Recruitment Software
Dear Mr. Sateesh, thanks for your comment!
I can confirm it based on recent email conversation with Mr. Arun Kumar from HCL Company.
They are interested to buy a full license for using of our software (about 25-30 000 USD), not a monthly tariff for several recruiters.
At the same time Arun faced the long confirmation process with the Senior Management, but we do hope everything will be good:)
Taj Sateesh
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Taj Sateesh Entrepreneur
CEO at Sphinx Resources--The Preferred Recruitment Partners in Hi-Technology R&D & Manufacturing
HCL is one of the Top-5 Indian IT CompaniesTymofiy......so the confirmation process being long can be understood [that many layers of Approvals needed I guess].
However, not sure IF you should depend on just one or two prospects. I agree withTaisiia's idea of spreading the word around thru Forums of HR professionals.
Pl visit www.citehr.com & type-in my name.
You can reach me thru PM facility in CiteHR, if you wish.

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