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Rajeev Rakshit joins McCann Delhi as GM

14-June-2012
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Rajeev Rakshit joins McCann Delhi as GM

Rajeev Rakshit has joined McCann Delhi as General Manager. He joins McCann from Saregama where he was Head – New Initiatives.

Commenting on Rakshit’s appointment in an official release, Alok Lall, Executive Director, McCann Worldgroup said, “This is a significant hire/development for us. We are working very hard to get the best talent on board to further steer our clients businesses to greater heights.”

Prasoon Joshi, Chairman and CEO, McCann Worldgroup India added, “I am extremely happy to have Rajeev come aboard in a key role. He is passionate about the business and I am sure this will further strengthen our north operation led by Alok Lall.”

With over 17 years of experience, Rakshit started his career with MAA Bozell, New Delhi as Account Supervisor in the year 1993. After working there for three years, he moved to Bates Clarion and then to McCann Delhi as Account Director.

He has handled businesses such as JK Tyres, Nestle – Maggie Noodles, Peter England, HP, Compaq, Intel, Dell Computers, Wipro Technologies and DLF, to name a few.

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