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B Surender leaves Indian Express to join Red FM as National Sales Head

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B Surender leaves Indian Express to join Red FM as National Sales Head

B Surender has left Indian Express as its GM, Sales & Marketing, North India, to join Red FM as its National Sales Head. He will be joining in his new position in the first week of December.

Commenting on the appointment, Abraham Thomas, COO, Red FM, said, “We are very excited to have Surender on board. With his experience and background, we will go forward in our attempt to co-create marketing solutions for our clients on Red FM.”

On his new assignment with Red FM, Surender said, “Radio is a very exiting medium now and it is set for big growth. Lots of growth is going to happen within two to three years. I am really looking forward to work at Red FM as they have many expansion plans.”

Red FM 95.3, a part of the India Today Group, is at present available at three stations in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata.

About his stint with Indian Express, Surender said, “It was a fantastic experience to be with a diversified group like Express. The exposure I received there was tremendous as I performed a variety of functions.”

Surender has been with Indian Express for 10 years, starting as Manager, Ad Sales in Bangalore. He shifted to Delhi as AGM, Ad Sales in 2000. He had started his career in 1985 with Dutch pharmaceutical multinational, Organon.


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