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Abhijit Bhattacharya moves on from Flipkart as Director Brand Marketing & Head Media

26-May-2016
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Abhijit Bhattacharya moves on from Flipkart as  Director Brand Marketing & Head Media

Abhijit Bhattacharya Director Brand Marketing & Head Media has moved on from Flipkart.

“I will continue to be part of the dynamic ecommerce space in my next assignment.” said Bhattacharya confirming his move to exchange4media.

He had joined Flipkart as Associate Director - Brand Marketing - Head, Media and Social Media in October 2014, and was elevated to Director - Brand Marketing - Head, Media in January this year.

Before joining Flipkart, Bhattacharya was associated with Walt Disney as the Associate Director - Brand & Marketing for UTV Movies, UTV Action, UTV World Movies and UMP Movies for four years.

He has also worked with The Times Group as the Group Head - Brand Solutions.

Prior to working with The Times Group, Bhattacharya was with Viacom 18 Media Pvt. Ltd. as the Brand Manager - Marketing, MTV for three years.

He also had a stint as Asst. Manager, Marketing at CNBC-TV18 for two years before joining Viacom 18.

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