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Omnicom Media Group brings on board Sulina Menon

23-April-2013
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Omnicom Media Group brings on board Sulina Menon

Omnicom Media Group has strengthened its senior leadership with the appointment of Sulina Menon as Managing Partner North. Menon will work closely with Ashish Bhatnagar (Managing Director North at Omnicom Media Group) to further solidify the Group’s Delhi operations.

Menon has been part of the industry for the last 25 years, and her last assignment was at Starcom MediaVest Delhi, wherein she was also overseeing the Samsung and Dabur accounts. She brings with her rich and varied experience that includes her role as CEO, Carat India; General Manager North, Zee TV; and Media Director, Contract Advertising.  

“We are excited to have Sulina on our team. Her vast cross industry experience will add significant value to our Delhi operation, as well as to Omnicom Media Group overall,” said Jasmin Sohrabji, CEO, Omnicom Media Group, on the appointment.

Menon enjoys helping marketers find solutions to connect better with consumers and stay ahead of the curve. She has seen the evolution of the industry and evolved her professional skills to adapt and be ahead of the trends.
 

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