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Sanjay Panday to head Gutenberg Networks India

05-March-2013
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Sanjay Panday to head Gutenberg Networks India

Sanjay Panday, the Senior VP of DDB Mudra Mumbai has taken on additional responsibility as Head – Gutenberg Networks India.

Panday has been with DDB Mudra Group for over five years and spearheads some of the largest clients of the Group out of Mumbai.

Madhukar Kamath, Group CEO and Managing Director, DDB Mudra Group said, “I am confident that Sanjay, with his vast experience across a spectrum of clients and agencies, will lead Gutenberg Networks India to its goal of becoming a strategic business hub for digital studio and pre-media production services.”

With over two decades of experience, Panday has worked across major agency networks and handled renowned brands such as Cadbury, ITC, Emirates, Videocon, Emami and Asian Paints, among others.

On his taking charge of Gutenberg Networks India, Panday said, “The global trend of consolidation of artwork, digital studio and pre-production services is now in India. I’m looking forward to help make Gutenberg Networks India one of the best pre-media production services companies in the region.”

For the record, Gutenberg Networks is a global integrated marketing production organisation with core expertise in developing and executing cost effective communication campaigns in broadcast, web, press and print. It has worked with over 75 clients for an average tenure of over a decade. Some of its partners include Philips, Star Alliance, PepsiCo Tropicana, Volkswagen, and Canadian Tourism Commission.

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