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Indigo Consulting ropes in Nitin Singh

25-July-2012
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Indigo Consulting ropes in Nitin Singh

Digital agency Indigo Consulting has roped in Nitin Singh as Business Head, Delhi NCR. He will be responsible for managing Indigo Consulting’s relationships and scaling up the digital business in the region.

Prior to this, Singh was with Media2win, where he was responsible for digital execution and new business development from North India.
 

Speaking on the appointment, Vikas Tandon, MD, Indigo Consulting said, “While we have been present in the Delhi region for a while, we were missing strong leadership to drive our aggressive growth plans. Nitin’s valuable experience and relationship with customers will help us provide superlative digital marketing solutions to clients in the Delhi region.” 

Commenting on his decision to join Indio Consulting, Singh said, “I have always admired Indigo Consulting’s work in the digital space, especially when it comes to their creative and technology capabilities. I hope to learn more about these and their integration with digital strategy while leveraging my experience to create new practices at Indigo Consulting.”

Singh is a post graduate in business administration from the School of Management Studies, New Delhi and has more than nine years experience in sales and marketing. Besides Media2win, he has worked with Quasar Media, QAI India and Compare Infobase where his responsibilities ranged from new business development to sales to online digital media planning.

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