American Named Top 25 CEO's in India

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Incognito Worldwide
Bruce T. Dugan arrived in 2012 and by 2013 was on the cover of Small Business Enterprise as an Outsource Evangelist

NEW CITY, N.Y. - Nov. 3, 2018 - PrZen -- Bruce T. Dugan, Incognito CEO is listed in top 25 most valuable CEO's in India, according to Business Connect Magazine.  He has been an anomaly since his arrival in 2012. There are plenty of large firms with campuses in Bangalore (the 'silicon ally' of Asia),  including Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Sun Systems, IBM, Yahoo, etc. But, Bruce was something different.

He arrived in Bangalore in 2012 with the intent to have a friend's firm build a product he had conceived. His intent was to come for a month to lay out the project, then head to Thailand for a few months while they coded, ultimately returning for the final development phase. By October 2013 he was still there and found himself on the cover of Small Business Enterprise in the issue "Outsource Evangelists.

He had met a few locals in their 20s, and decided to launch a company with them at its core. That company in April 2014 became Incognito Worldwide. That summer they were listed by SiliconIndia Magzine as the Startup of the Month. In 2015 they were named Top 5 Most Promising Social Media Companies, and in 2016 Insight Success Magazine listed them among the Top 20 Most Valuable Consulting Firms.

"The company had its ups and downs," he said, but they've become better each year because of it.

Now he's been profiled in Business Connect Magazine as a leading CEO in India, taking a company concept and converting it into a full-fledged digital agency.

MORE ABOUT INCOGNITO WORLDWIDE
A digital agency located in Bangalore, India, the American Inicia Incorporated owned subsidiary is focused on branding & design, consulting, development of mobile and websites, hosting, marketing, and technology integrations.

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