Who is Digitalmadari?
We’re a creative bunch. We’re the dreamers and the doers, the crazy and the kooky. We’re not completely normal and we kind of like that.
What We Do
We have a wide range of experience, expertise and tools to create and implement your campaigns, from carefully curating awesome content to optimising it online with our great SEO and PPC powers, not to mention exceptional social media skills.
The backbone to our strategic process is the data-backed content we create, which has been endlessly researched so it’s the best and most relevant it can be. Our team works hard to ensure that your content is served up like a big juicy steak (vegetarians also welcome), and we aren’t finished until we’ve served a delicious three-course meal that leaves you satisfied.
Where We Come From
Born in 2017, we’ve gone from strength to strength as an agency, with lots of awards firmly under our belt.
We were founded by PankajChambial – a pretty smart guy who knows a thing or two about digital marketing. You can find out more about him and the rest of our awesome DigitalMadari family on the team page jam-packed with industry experts and market specialists.
Meet the Team
The Digitalmadari clan is an amazing group of humans. We’re all unique in our own way but we come together as one and work exceptionally as a team.
Founder & CEO
As a founder at DigitalMadari, Pankaj concentrates his time moulding the future picture of the company's development, paying particular attention to the intricate balance of growth, culture and doughnut consumption.
If you want to know about wine (and who doesn’t?!), Nastya is your girl. A big foodie thanks to her background in the hospitality industry, and a self-confessed geek, Nastya treats every day like a school day. So, wine and pretty intelligent? We think we want her on our pub quiz team.
Eric is our biggest fitness buff and he’s completed many marathons and triathlons, won a couple of half's and competed in Ironman's all over the world. But you’d never know because he never mentions it. Nope, never. Not once.
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