"Following the heavy demands from enquirers in and around Mumbai and our global expansion plan – YesGo Mumbai is another step after Delhi and Bangalore to meet the needs of the aspirants at their proximity," said Nizamappas of YesGo.
The inaugural event was attended by many industry veterans and aspirants from the industry. Iqbal Kherodawala, president of BMPA was the chief guest and Amit Shah, secretary of BMPA and Tushar Dhote, president of MMS were the guests of honour.
The inauguration was also attended by other prominent print and packaging personalities including Sanjay Patel of Param Packaging, Nitin Patil of Numex Blocks, Shri Hari Rao of Essel Propack, Sethunath Padmanabhan of Reproflex, Pawandeep Sahni of Omet India and Jitendra Bhatia of Bhatia Graphica.
Course at YesGo Mumbai includes a complete practical and customised packaging pre-press and premedia training with Esko software. The mode of training will be online, classroom and onsite, based on the comfort of learners.
Classes at the new YesGo Mumbai office will commence from 2 November.
Founded in June 2018 in Chennai by printing industry veteran Nizamappas, YesGo has trained more than 50 persons globally in a span of two years. According to Nizamappas, YesGo has placed more than 120 people in top companies in the industry worldwide. "We have gained trust, accreditation and laurels from the industry veterans for our services globally."