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V Narayanan moves from Maxus to Motivator as Chief Growth Officer

09-June-2014
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V Narayanan moves from Maxus to Motivator as Chief Growth Officer

Motivator announced the appointment of V Narayanan as the new Chief Growth Officer, Motivator India. He will be reporting into Rabinder Thirumurthy, Managing Director, Motivator and will be based in New Delhi. In his new role, Narayanan will lead the next phase of growth for Motivator, with an emphasis on the specialist practices of the agency. He will be responsible for driving strategy for the north region and new business development nationally.

Expressing his sentiments, Rabe Iyer, Managing Director, Motivator said, “I am delighted to have Narayanan on the Motivator team. I have known him to be the strong, silent commander, who with his strategic thinking and clear dedication inspires the team to deliver their very best. I have often heard very high praise from clients about his working style and I am sure Narayanan will help Motivator in our endeavor to build competitive brands out of Indian businesses.”

V Narayanan said, “Motivator has demonstrated an impressive performance in terms of esteemed clientele acquisitions & business growth over the last one year. The task for me is to propel their business by seamlessly creating a best in class integrated product that demonstrates expertise, innovation & experience of the teams.  I do look forward to delivering the "Motivator success story" to new clients as a part of the expansion plan.” He added, “My journey of 4 years in Maxus Delhi has been immensely satisfying in terms in building new client relationship, integrated teams, Maxus PACE culture, award winning industry accolades, etc above all client delight  by being their trusted advisor.”

Prior to the promotion, Narayanan was the General Manager, North, Maxus. Under his leadership Maxus not only won several new businesses but created some breakthrough work for their existing clients. As a strong growth driver for the agency, he instilled the PACE philosophy across his team members and strived to create great value for his clients and team alike.

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