MProfit partners with Outlook Money Magazine
MProfit is an easy to use personal desktop Portfolio Management Software for Indian retail investors and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs). It allows you to take control of your investments such as stocks, MFs, ULIPs, insurance policies, property, gold and many other asset classes. And does it securely, since all your personal data is saved locally on your computer.
MUMBAI, INDIA — 04:00 PM IST, November 1, 2010. MProfit, a personal portfolio management software company, today announces a partnership with Outlook Money Magazine – the number 1 personal finance magazine in India.
MProfit will be sponsoring the “Letters to the Editor” section starting with the Nov 17, 2010 printed edition of the magazine. The Outlook Money Magazine team will randomly select a written letter to the editor and the winner will get a FREE 1 year subscription to MProfit.
“We felt Outlook Money Magazine was perfect for for our target audience and since they are the largest english personal finance magazine in India it made sense to partner with them” said Manish Jain, VP of Business Development.
MProfit was founded by several experts in the field of investment and technology and focused on products for the Indian consumer. The founders have a long and outstanding track record of building and running software companies for more than 15 years. MProfit is based in Nariman Point the financial district of Mumbai, India.
ABOUT Outlook Money
In July 1998, the Group launched “Intelligent Investor” re-christened as “OUTLOOK MONEY” as of 30-Nov-2002, India’s first personal finance magazine, which offers sound strategies for the lay investor, especially the growing segment of salaried middle and upper middle-class and self-employed professionals. Its message is clear and simple: ‘Invest well, borrow wisely, spend smartly’. Evidently, that message has gone down well: the magazine sold upwards of 1,00,000 copies a fortnight within a year. One of its distinguishing characteristics is that about 93 per cent of readers retain all past issues of Outlook Money.
Manish Jain, VP Business Development, MProfit. firstname.lastname@example.org