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NEW: Rajiv Gopinath returns to Madison, again, as Senior VP in Delhi

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NEW: Rajiv Gopinath returns to Madison, again, as Senior VP in Delhi

Rajiv Gopinath has rejoined Madison media as Senior Vice-president in Delhi after a nine-month stint in GroupM where he served as Investment Services Director, GroupM-West (Mindshare, Maxus and MEC) and General Manager, Mindshare. Prior to that, he was with Madison and before that with MindShare.

In his last stint with Madison Media, Gopinath was handling the Asian Paints AOR for three years and was subsequently promoted as General Manager-Bangalore, Madison Media. Before that he had spent six years in Mindshare Fulcrum handling several Lever brands.

Gopinath has joined Madison Media Infinity, Delhi, and initially his primary responsibility will be handling the Coca-Cola media account among other things.

Punitha Arumugam, Group CEO, Madison Media, said, “I am delighted to have Rajiv back in Madison Media. He is an outstanding media professional and I hope he will drive the Coke business to greater heights in the near future. It is always wonderful to have someone join back Madison Media as that is a reaffirmation of the fact that we are building Madison Media as a phenomenal brand that people want to come back to.”


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