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Top level changes in Laqshya: Satish Singh, President OMI, moves on; Indrajit Sen made CEO

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Top level changes in Laqshya: Satish Singh, President OMI, moves on; Indrajit Sen made CEO

After a long and an eventful decade at Laqshya Media, Satish Singh, President OMI, has decided to move on. During his stint, OMI became a force to reckon with by winning several Indian and multinational clients.

With the strategy to consolidate all its business under one brand, Indrajit Sen, currently President - Projects, takes over as CEO of Laqshya Media. He will be responsible for both the media ownership business and the agency – specialist outdoor media solutions – business of Laqshya Media Pvt Ltd.

“Indrajit has a lot of experience in both forms of the OOH business and his vast knowledge would help Laqshya charter its course in the years to come,” said Alok Jalan, Managing Director, Laqshya Media Pvt Ltd.

In a parallel development, Soumitra Bhattacharyya has decided to join back after a year-long hiatus. He takes over as President - Corporate Affairs. He will be instrumental in strengthening all facets of company governance, especially in improving the process deliverables. Laqshya has charted major growth plans for year 2010-11 and is looking at growing both organically and through acquisitions and large scale high value concessions.

For the record, Laqshya has host of blue chip clients such as LG, Maruti, Tata Docomo, UTI, HDFC Bank, Bharti Axa Life Insurance, Shoppers Stop, and Platinum Guild, among others, which it services through a widespread national network.


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