Deloitte India announces opening of three offices in Pune, Chennai, Kolkata

Deloitte India on Sunday, while announcing the opening of three new offices in Pune, Chennai and Kolkata, said the country’s skilled workforce is in demand by global organizations for high-end work.

“In the next year, more than 10,000 skilled professionals specializing in areas as diverse as artificial intelligence, data analytics, cybersecurity, cloud, human capital, insurance, tax, valuations, and mergers and acquisitions will work from these locations,” the company said.

Deloitte India said there are growing opportunities in business services exports from the country.

Against this background, the consulting firm announced the opening of three new delivery offices to serve companies globally.

The company said in a statement that the move comes in response to the growing demand for skilled professionals across Deloitte’s advisory business.

She added that the organization plans to continue investing in people, with a focus on innovative methods to support learning, digital skills development, and training opportunities.

“Deloitte recognizes the exceptional talent available in India and the growing opportunities in business services exports. Global organizations are seeking the country’s skilled workforce for high-end work, highlighting the specialized and diverse skill sets available,” the company said.

She added that the opening of these offices will allow the organization to tap into the pool of specialized talent and drive the next phase of growth.

Deloitte provides advanced services to its clients across various sectors around the world, and the addition of new offices will further enhance its service capabilities.

Deloitte earlier reported that it has more than 100,000 professionals working in India.

The country’s service exports reached an all-time high of US$325.44 million in 2022-23.

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