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Preetesh Chouhan resigns as Senior VP from Vdopia

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Preetesh Chouhan resigns as Senior VP from Vdopia

Preetesh Chouhan, Senior Vice President, APAC at Vdopia Inc has put in his papers, confirmed industry sources. His next destination remains unknown. He is currently serving his notice period and March will be his last working month. He joined Vdopia in July 2012 and will complete almost four years, by the time he leaves the organisation.

At Vdopia, some of the key responsibilities which Chouhan was undertaking included, providing digital marketing solutions for mobile and online video platform for brands, delivering programmatic and marketplace based advertising strategy and solutions, spearheading new market development across Asian countries and manage financial and legal transactions across APAC countries.

Prior to joining Vdopia, Chouhan was National Head, ad sales at SIFY Technologies Pvt Ltd, where he spent around 2 years and 5 months. He has worked in several other companies like,, AOL Time Warner and AOL LLC.

He has completed BE, Electronics and Communication from Nagpur University and a degree in Strategy Management from Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

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