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123greetings.com appoints Anita Swamy as Regional Head

13-November-2010
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123greetings.com appoints Anita Swamy as Regional Head

123greetings.com, an IntraSoft Technologies venture, has appointed Anita Swamy as Regional Head, Ad Sales (South). She has joined the company’s Bangalore office from October onwards.

Confirming her appointment to exchange4media, Swamy said, “I will be responsible for the growth of the company and getting new business for 123greetings from the southern region.”

Welcoming her, Vishnu Kanth Gokul, National Head, 123greetings.com, said, “Anita will be a true asset to our South team. With her core competence in ad sales, she will take our objectives to the next level.”

Swamy moves from Web18 (Network18 Group), where she was Account Director for nearly two years. She was managing revenues for ibnlive.com and cricketnext.com. She brings in 12 years of experience in Digital and Radio Sales from her stints with Webdunia.com, Indiatimes.com and Big FM, respectively.

 

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