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Nikhil Mirchandani appointed as Group CEO, Shashi Sumeet Group

08-August-2016
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Nikhil Mirchandani appointed as Group CEO, Shashi Sumeet Group

Shashi Sumeet Group has appointed Nikhil Mirchandani as its Group CEO. A media specialist with more than two decades of holistic business experience, Mirchandani has extensively worked across the entertainment sector catering to local and global brands.  Prior to this, he has been associated with his entrepreneurial venture HOOP Entertainment, a company founded by him in 2012.

As per the current mandate, Mirchandani will be responsible for leading and overseeing the Group’s business operations and expansion plans.

Commenting on the appointment, Sumeet Hukamchand Mittal, Founder Director, Shashi Sumeet Group, said, “I am pleased to welcome Nikhil Mirchandani to Shashi Sumeet Group Family and am certain that he will come up with outstanding solutions to suit our business model. Keeping up with our brand mantra ‘Imagine, Innovate, Inspire’; I want to give my 100% to my creative interest enabling a win-win situation for both myself and the organization that can benefit from increased creative bandwidth and super-amplified story-telling abilities.”      

Commenting on his new role Mirchandani said, “Shashi Sumeet Group is a brilliant brand and has done fantastic work; both business and creative. It is a matter of great pride and honour for me that I will be able to leverage my strategic skills and years of learning for a brand of this stature. I am excited to be able to lead the organization in the next stage of evolution”.   

 Mirchandani began his career with GE Capital before making a career in the media and entertainment sector, where he has over 20 years of work experience across major networks including Sony Entertainment Television, Turner International, National Geographic Channel and Star India. He was Managing Director, South Asia, NGC Network & FOX International Channels for over 5 years and later joined Star as Executive Vice-President and General Manager, Star One. He then started Hoop Entertainment, an entrepreneurial venture engaged in the business of branded and digital content solutions.

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