Electronic business consulting firm kasina of New York will begin offering its services in Europe, the company announced Tuesday.

The move will allow kasina to offer services to its U.S. clients that are expanding into or already operating in Europe, according to Steven Miyao, CEO of the firm.

The firm will also target European firms, he said.

The firm has named Alexandre Dussaucy director of business development for Western Europe. He will oversee the firm’s marketing, sales and expansion strategy, according to kasina.

The firm will open an office somewhere in Europe next year, Dussaucy said. The location of the office will largely depend on where kasina’s clients are centralized, Dussaucy said.

Dussaucy formerly worked for first-e, a European Internet bank and Ernst & Young in Paris.

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