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ZenithOptimedia India appointed Roopam Garg as Chief Operating Officer

21-April-2011
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ZenithOptimedia India appointed Roopam Garg as Chief Operating Officer

ZenithOptimedia India announced the appointment of Roopam Garg as Chief Operating Officer, India.

Roopam Garg, was until recently ‘Managing Director, PGM’ across ZenithOptimedia, Starcom Mediavest and central buying team at ZenithOptimedia in London and will now strengthen the overall group structure in India. Roopam will report to Satyajit Sen, the CEO of ZenithOptimedia India.

In a prepared statement, Satyajit Sen said, “Roopam comes with enormous network experience and will provide the necessary fillip to our ongoing success in India. His success with ZOG’s premier and blue chip clients will also go a long way in leveraging our position for critical business acquisitions.”

Roopam added, “My experience across regions has given me significant understanding on increased market share and I intend to work in tandem with Satyajit towards growing our visibility in this market place.”

Philip Talbot said about the appointment, “Roopam was the perfect choice for us as we are going into the third phase of development in India. Roopam’s in depth understanding of the network and how it is evolving coupled with the close working relationships he has developed with key clients provides us with a unique leverage as we continue to grow in this rapidly growing market.”

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