“We have had several enquiries from in and around Mumbai over the last year or so. Keeping this in mind and – also our global expansion plan – YesGo Mumbai is another step. And so, after Delhi and Bengaluru, the branch in Mumbai will meet the needs of the aspirants in a city close to them,” said Nizamappas, founder of YesGo.
The course at the Mumbai branch will include practical and customised packaging pre-press and pre-media training with Esko software along with 100 percent placement assurance. It will comprise three levels– level I, level II and Expert Level along with industry visits for more practical exposure. Training Mode will be online, classroom and onsite based on the comfort of learners. Training modules will be designed for individuals and corporate specifically.
“YesGo Mumbai will address training and placement requirements for the Maharashtra region and the entire Western zone. Training will commence from 2 November, 2020,” said Nizamappas.
“Our vision and mission is to be a growth partner for the aspirants as well as employers and bridge the demand and supply gap of skilled manpower in the packaging and print industry,” he added.
Iqbal Kherodawala, president BMPA will be the chief guest for the event while Amit Shah, secretary BMPA and Tushar Dhote, president of MMS will be the guest of honour.