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TresVista intends to double its workforce

TresVista, a diversified service portfolio provider, stated that it intends to double its workforce to over 2,000 by the end of the current calendar year. 

TresVista will hire freshers and experienced professionals with dynamic skill sets for strategic business and scaled expansion across three office locations in Mumbai, Pune, and Bengaluru, according to a statement.

Sudeep Mishra, Co-Founder and MD, TresVista, said, “Our employee base has increased more than threefold since 2017 to our current strength of over 1,100. This has helped us match our business growth across delivery centres and add new service lines.”

Mishra further said, “We have unprecedented demand for our services and see this momentum continuing for the next several years. Our increasing rate of growth is a testament to our ever-expanding and supportive client base. This visibility allows us to aggressively hire, train, and develop the best talent with a long-term outlook.”

With over 1,000 individuals expected to join TresVista this year, a corresponding investment in employee engagement, in-depth training and induction, office infrastructure, and other intangible investments in a diverse and inclusive office culture will be made as part of the expansion plans. 

According to the statement, TresVista is led by over 42% women employees and has a close-knit alumni group of over 450 people from all backgrounds and professions. 

TresVista’s future expansion ambitions are impressive, with a new distribution centre set to open in Europe in 2024.

The company plans to visit more than 30 prominent institutions and colleges for recruitment, including IIMs, NMIMS, Christ University, and the University of Delhi.

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