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MEC appoints Debarghya Mitra as Head, Bangalore

06-October-2015
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MEC appoints Debarghya Mitra as Head, Bangalore

Media agency MEC announced the appointment of Debarghya Mitra as Head of their Bangalore office. Mitra will report to T Gangadhar, MD, MEC.
 
Mitra has 16 years of experience and has worked at MAA Bozell, Euro RSCG, Universal McCann. In his last stint, he was heading Madison’s Platinum Crest, the unit that manages ITC Foods and other ITC businesses based in South India. Mitra has also managed clients such as Tata Tea, TVS, Intel, Levi’s, to name a few.
 
Speaking of the appointment, T Gangadhar commented, "With his extensive experience of managing large advertisers, Deb’s track record is formidable. We are blessed with a fantastic roster of clients in Bangalore and there is no better candidate than Deb to take stewardship of them.”
 
Debarghya Mitra said, “Among the big agencies, MEC is the fastest growing and is now the largest agency in Bangalore. I am excited with the agency's digital focus and integrated media approach. Hopefully, I will be able to use my experience to take things to the next level.”
 

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