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Satish Menon is CEO Kings XI Punjab

08-February-2017
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Satish Menon is CEO Kings XI Punjab

Satish Menon, formerly with the Valuable Group as CEO, Caravan Talkies, has donned the role of CEO Kings XI Punjab.

“I am back in the sports industry, which is my passion; it gives me great pride to be associated with a prestigious team. Punjab as a region is also getting a lot of attention and traction from the advertising and marketing fraternity,” said Menon on his new role.

Prior to this, Menon was CEO of Sports18, the sports management division of Network 18. He has enjoyed a stint of more than five years at Network18. Prior to Network18, Menon was a part of the Zee Group as the President, Sponsorship and Business Development, Zee Sports. He was also a part of Nimbus Communications as President – Sports and Media, wherein he looked after the Indian operations of Nimbus’ sports and media businesses.

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