New Strides CEO Puts Emphasis On Execution
Q3 Revenues Up 29% Led By US, UK
Strides' newly-appointed CEO, R Ananthanarayanan, sees no reason to change course as the firm's current strategy continues to yield positive results. The company posted a 29% increase in third-quarter revenues on the back of 62% growth in the US.
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