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Razorfish appoints Arnab Majumdar as Director of Business Development

19-March-2015
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Razorfish appoints Arnab Majumdar as Director of Business Development

Razorfish India is further strengthening its core team and has brought in Arnab Majumdar to Head Business Development. He will be based in Mumbai but is mandated to lead business acquisitions and establish new business operations models across its offices in India.

Majumdar has over 12+ years of experience in the media industry across Print, Television & Online Channels. He has worked with multinational media houses like CNBC-TV18 & MTV. He has delivered business models for clients from various industries like BFSI, Auto, Lifestyle & Entertainment, Media Houses, etc. to name a few.

Says Charulata Ravi Kumar, CEO Razorfish India, “We are constantly seeking highly curious people who have the energy and a razorsharp mind to persistently look for lateral solutions for the clients we partner. When I met Arnab, that’s just what I saw in him. He is able to cut through the many layers and get to the core of a business need. He will be a key member of our Business Transformation Advisory team that partners new clients to set them off on the digital path.”

Majumdar adds, “I have admired Razorfish for long for the vision and ability to drive the next level of digital around the world. The opportunity to lead Business growth for Razorfish in India and be part of the team that transforms business for some of the most prestigious brands is fantastic and I am excited to be part of this.”

Kumar adds, “At Razorfish, we have a very strong team of over 500 highly specialized talent across creative, media and technology. We are further strengthening this to right size the organization with the right people in the right roles.”

 

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