‘I have to fight my way out of a tough situation’

Telemarketing is an integral part of every household’s business and there is a sense of urgency among the telas market as competition intensifies for their best customers.

This week Teleservices, which has been the backbone of telas business for over two decades, has been placed in a tough position after it decided to drop its telemarketing service.

Its latest annual report, which was prepared in March, revealed the company’s turnover of around $600 million, but a loss of $4.7 million in the previous year.

The company was due to invest a further $400 million to expand its business, and it also wanted to increase its presence in markets outside of its home turf of India.

The report, however, revealed that Teleserve has not been able to find a suitable partner in India.

It added that it was also struggling with its own costs as well as a shortage of employees.

Its business has been in a constant state of flux, and the teleservice company has been forced to rely on outside suppliers for the past five years.

A spokesman for Teleserves managing director, Akshay Grewal, said that the company was in talks with a number of teleserve companies, but that no final decision had been taken yet.

Grewal added that the decision to drop the telemarket is not related to the financial position of the company.

“The Teleserver is doing its best to find another buyer for the business.

We are also in talks about expanding the footprint of our business.

However, we have not made a final decision yet,” he said. 

The teleserver has been running a telemarket competition since the late 1980s. 

In 2007, it opened up a competition called the ‘Coca Cola Telemarket’ in Telangana and it won a record 1,500 telemarketings.

However, in 2016, Telesevices suffered a loss due to the increase in competition, and was forced to shut its business.

In March this year, Telaservices CEO Anurag Khareesh took over the reins of the telastech company, and announced that the Telesystems was going to focus on growing its sales in India, in order to compete against other telaservice firms.

Gawas, who has been at the helm of the Telasystems since 2010, said, “I am looking forward to getting out of this tough situation.

We have been struggling for a long time and we have always come back stronger than before,” he added.”

I want to thank all the customers for their patience and understanding.

We have been struggling for a long time and we have always come back stronger than before,” he added.