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Sharif D Rangnekar steps down as Chairman, Integral PR

17-January-2017
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Sharif D Rangnekar steps down as Chairman, Integral PR

Sharif D Rangnekar, Chairman, Integral PR Services, has stepped down from his role. A former journalist and researcher, Rangnekar led the firm as its CEO for over 10 years before taking over as its Chairman in 2015. The company is now led by Sujay Mehdudia who was appointed as CEO.

Confirming the news to exchange4media, Rangnekar said, “I wanted to pursue some personal projects, which includecompleting two books and also a few music projects. I have not stepped down to join another agency; it is more about making time to complete some personal projects.”

Before joining Intergral PR, Rangnekar was working as a Board Member at PROI, and prior to that with E-Indiabiz News and Economic Times as Assistant Editor and Special Correspondent respectively.

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