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Alchemist appoints Prabhu Tony as Head of NCR office

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Alchemist appoints Prabhu Tony as Head of NCR office

Marketing solutions company, Alchemist Marketing Talent Solutions, has announced the elevation of Prabhu Tony as the Business Head of the NCR office with immediate effect. He will now oversee the agency's Gurgaon office, as well as the expansion of business in few other cities close to the capital. Tony earlier led the revenue function at Alchemist in his role as CRO.

An alumnus of IMT Nagpur, he brings with him more than 10 years of experience across banking, media, events and brands solutions and has worked on brands such as American Express, Tata Docomo, Hyundai, Kotak Mahindra and P&G.

Speaking about this appointment, Manish Porwal, MD-Alchemist, said, “Prabhu has played an integral role in Alchemist’s evolution and has brought in many top brands to us. Having been with us for more than 5 years, he has always demonstrated ownership and moved the company forward the way I would have. These are exciting times for us at Alchemist and we are geared towards aggressive expansion plans in North, Prabhu was a but obvious choice to lead our growth.”

Commenting on the new role, Tony said, “Delhi NCR is a massive market for us and leading the expansion here would be a good challenge. It personally is a great opportunity for me and I believe the team will rally behind me to take the Alchemist vision ahead and taking the business to new heights both in terms of revenue and clientele.”


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