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Dinesh Jain quits TDI

01-June-2013
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Dinesh Jain quits TDI

After a short stint of less than 10 months, Jain, the Chief Executive Officer of outdoor advertising firm TDI has, put in his papers.

TDI officials have confirmed the development to exchange4media; however, Jain could not be reached at the time of filing the report.

Hiyav Bajaj has taken the role of Managing Director and will be driving the agency’s operations.

According to industry sources, TDI is currently scouting for a National Sales Head.

For the record, Jain had joined TDI in July 2012. Prior to this, he was Chief Executive Officer of Hover Automotive India, the sales and marketing partner of Nissan Motor India. His earlier appointments include Chief Executive Officer of Zee Turner, VP – Marketing at ABP Group, MD at Highland Distillers, Area Director (Central Asia and Middle East) at Remy Cointreau, and Business Manager at Unilever.

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