India is set to become a major global hub for the ad industry, as the global market for online advertising and digital content continues to grow at an unprecedented pace.

The ad agency industry is also set to see a major surge in spending due to the increased demand of mobile devices.

As the ad market expands, it is estimated that ad agencies are spending more than $500 million per day on mobile advertising, a 10% jump from last year, according to data from ad research firm AdWords.

This is more than twice the amount spent on desktop and desktop ads, according the firm.

AdWords is currently one of the world’s most widely used ad network platforms, and this surge in mobile ad spending is largely due to mobile devices gaining popularity in the past few years.

In the past three years, mobile devices have overtaken desktops and laptops in terms of usage, according AdWords data.

The growth of mobile apps in India is also a major driver for the growth of ad agency spending.

According to a report from AdWords, mobile app usage increased by a whopping 1,946% between January and March this year.

This has been driven by a number of factors, including the adoption of the Google Play store, the launch of a number to mobile advertising platforms, as well as the arrival of new features and enhancements to ad platforms.

As a result of this growth, there is also an increased demand for advertising agencies in India.

According the data from Adwords, the number of agency ad accounts has grown from about 8.5 million in 2015 to about 12 million in 2020.

This demand has led to a boom in the number and type of ad agencies.

According a report by AdWords in December 2016, there were more than 10,000 mobile ad agency companies operating in India, up from less than 2,000 in 2015.