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Everymedia’s Kunal Wadhwani joins Shemaroo Entertainment

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Everymedia’s Kunal Wadhwani joins Shemaroo Entertainment

Shemaroo Entertainment has appointed Kunal Wadhwani to handle social media and digital marketing to give a stronger push to all digital marketing initiatives of the company.

Commenting on his appointment, Jai Maroo, Director of Shemaroo Entertainment said, “We are glad to welcome Kunal on board. We understand the importance of digital marketing and its growing influence on the masses. Kunal will drive Shemaroo’s way forward in digital marketing.”

Before joining Shemaroo Entertainment, Kunal Wadhwani was with Everymedia Technologies heading media planning and buying. He also managed digital marketing and Online Reputation Management (ORM) for a large number of Bollywood movies, several key brands and some of the most influential personalities in the country. He has completed his Masters in Marketing from the reputed Cardiff University, UK and has an extensive experience in digital marketing.

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