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Madison Media promotes Vanita Keswani to CEO

17-November-2015
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Madison Media promotes Vanita Keswani to CEO

Madison Media has recently announced that it has made some changes in its top management team. Vanita Keswani current COO of Madison Media Sigma has been promoted to CEO, Madison Media Sigma. exchange4media had earlier reported that Shekhar Bannerjee, current Sr. VP Pinnacle has been promoted to COO, Madison Media Infinity.

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Keswani has about 24 years of experience, and has been with Madison Media for the last 18 years. She has done various roles in various offices and today heads a large portfolio of clients including Raymond, Piramal, McDonald’s, Shaadi.com, Pidilite, Indian Oil, Lodha, DHFL, Omkar and many others.

Bannerjee joined Madison Media as a Management Trainee in 2004 and has risen to the top over the last 11 years. He will be responsible for Godrej, Asian Paints and Marico business of the Bombay office.

Vikram Sakhuja, Group CEO, Madison Media & OOH, on the promotions said, “This is a greatrecognition for Vanita and Shekhar. Vanita has brought solidity to a diverse portfolio and has driven consistent Client value. Shekhar in his most recent avatar had driven Mondelez to a World Class Account. Both these promotions are truly deserving and I wish them the best in their new challenges.”

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