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Adstream India announces Dipali Mahesh as new MD

14-May-2016
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Adstream India announces Dipali Mahesh as new MD

Adstream, a global provider of media delivery, Digital Asset Management and analytics technology, has announced that Dipali Mahesh has been appointed as Managing Director for Adstream India.

Adstream has also announced the expansion of its product offerings across India

Mahesh joins from HIT 95 FM where she served as National Sales Head.

Christine Sterk, CEO of Adstream Asia said, “After a comprehensive search process, Adstream is pleased to have found the best individual to assume leadership of our world-class operations in India.”

She added, “Dipali has a track record of strong leadership and innovation. This combined with her deep industry knowledge across television, cinema, radio and print makes Dipali uniquely qualified to lead Adstream India successfully into the future.”

Mahesh on her appointment said, “I’m honoured, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to lead this exceptional organisation of dedicated and talented professionals.” said Mahesh. “Adstream globally delivers every type of media including tv, cinema, radio, print, digital and out of home advertising. Our end-to-end advertising solutions impact customers by increasing efficiency, reducing costs and improving quality.” 

She added, "Right now in India we deliver a small part of Adstream’s global solutions. My target is to bring all of Adstream’s extraordinary offerings to India.  This is a terrific opportunity that any leader would welcome.”

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