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Iksula Services appoints Sayan Banerjee as Business Head, Online Marketing

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Iksula Services appoints Sayan Banerjee as Business Head, Online Marketing

In a move to strengthen its growing digital operations, Iksula has roped in Sayan Banerjee to lead its Digital Marketing  Solutions business.

In his new role at Iksula, Banerjee will look at providing Digital Marketing Solutions to the clients hiring eRetail services from the Iksula Group. He will be reporting to Samarjeet Singh, CEO and Co-Founder, Iksula. Prior to joining Iksula, Banerjee was with iProspect where he led Business Development and Client Relationships.

An MBA from IIM, Calcutta, Banerjee has more than 14 years of experience in digital marketing, strategic planning, business development and product management.

Speaking on the appointment, Singh said, “We are happy to have an experienced campaigner like Sayan on board with us. We have been looking to fill this position for some time now. We have a very strong presence in the eRetail and eCommerce domain and Sayan’s appointment will make us only grow stronger. Earlier, we had consolidated our technology team with Khalid Reza joining us as Vice President & Head of Tech Delivery. Going ahead, we see a lot of potential for growth in the eRetail Market.”

Accepting his new role, Banerjee said, “I am excited about my association with Iksula, a leading eRetail Strategy and Implementation entity in the country providing complete digital solutions for Brands and Retailers. I look forward to being able to contribute to the growth story at Iksula Group.”


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