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GenNext Media Magnate: Deepak Netram – Work done well speaks for itself

05-May-2009
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GenNext Media Magnate: Deepak Netram – Work done well speaks for itself

Work done well, will speak for itself, believes Deepak Netram, General Manager, Lodestar Universal. And his work for P&G, J&J, Nerolac Impressions and Tata Nano, speak volumes about the passion that he has for media business. The GenNext Media Magnate is chosen by a committee comprising the exchange4media editorial team in consultation with Raj Nayak.

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