Amit Agrawal joins Click Digital Studios’ advisory board

MUMBAI: Indian short form video company Click Digital Studios India (CDS) is looking to turbocharge its growth trajectory and has roped in former YouTube India head Amit Agrawal on its advisory board


The company is working towards major expansion in coming months with a plan to launch 10 new channels in a year.


At CDS, Agrawal will lend his understanding of the business, market and industry of online videos space to CDS’ portfolio of YouTube channels. He will apply his deep domain experience to guide this expansion plan.


Click Digital Studios chief strategy officer Sudhir Bagul said, “We are extremely excited to have Amit on board. His extensive experience in the field of digital video content will lend able guidance and help us channel the growth of our portfolio in the most desirable way.”


Agrawal added, “I am completely blown away by the CDS performance in last 12 months. They have really been on a blitzkrieg on mobile platforms and ShudhDesi Endings in one of the best channels to come from India. At India goes global, we are always looking to help turbocharge such startups and CDS’ understanding of what works on short form is really impressive.”


CDS’ current portfolio comprises channels such as ShudhDesi Endings, ShudhDesi Raps, CDS India and 70 others ranging in the genres of Bollywood and Hollywood gossip, music, animation, food, fitness, technology, kids education anddevotional music.

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