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Anisha Motwani takes over Delhi operations as Branch Head, Euro RSCG

07-January-2005
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Anisha Motwani takes over Delhi operations as Branch Head, Euro RSCG

Anisha Motwani has been elevated from the post of Vice President to Branch Head in Euro RSCG, Delhi, replacing Sanjeev Roy. Confirming the news, Motwani informed that she would be looking after the Delhi operations and would be reporting to Suman Srivastava, President.

A vibrant Motwani spoke to exchange4media on her plans ahead. “My first vision as the branch head will be to consolidate our existing business. We have lots of business now and the real job in hand is to motivate the team and go on the growth path,” she said.

On getting the appraisal, she said, “I am really thrilled and happy that all the energy that I put in has really paid off. It is a fantastic feeling of achievement,” she said.

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