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Punitha Arumugam moves on from Google as Director, Agency Business

16-October-2014
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 Punitha Arumugam moves on from Google as Director, Agency Business

Google’s Director of Agency Business, Punitha Arumugam has moved on from Google.

Speaking to exchange4media, Arumugam said, “Google has been an amazing company to work for and a great learning trajectory for me personally and professionally. I will be on a long planned break from December 1st and will decide next steps after the break.”

Punitha Arumugam has been overseeing Advertiser Relations of Google Inc since March 2012.  Arumugam has over 20 years of media experience and has won immense recognition for her media skills and body of work. In her earlier stint as Group CEO of Madison Media, Arumugam brought glory to her agency, growing it from a billing of $50 million in 2000 to $675 million in 2012, making it the second largest media agency in India.

Arumugam led the intellectual think-tank in her agency to develop tools that differentiate Madison Media in the Indian marketplace. She led Madison’s repositioning last in 2011, aimed at reconstructing the role that media agencies play in a client’s life. 

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