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Bharti's Director, Corporate Communications, Deepak Jolly quits; to join Procom

28-February-2005
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Bharti's Director, Corporate Communications, Deepak Jolly quits; to join Procom

After a two-year stint with Bharti Tele-Ventures as Director, Corporate Communications, Deepak Jolly has put in his papers to join Procom, a strategic PR consultancy firm, as Director, Corporate Strategy. Procom is a company founded by his father, K S Jolly.

On his experience at Bharti, he said, "It has been a great experience working with Bharti. Sunil Bharti Mittal is a visionary leader and it was indeed a learning experience being associated with this company." Jolly said his association with Bharti would continue through Procom.

Procom was formed a month-and-a-half back and is setting up its operations in New Delhi. "We will be putting together a good team and are upbeat about the clients we are pitching for," he said.

Jolly started his career with the servicing industry, moved on to FMCG and then to telecom sector. He has traversed a wide spectrum in the communications sphere. Jolly joined Bharti Tele-Ventures in January 2003. He has worked with major FMCG companies like Pepsi, Hindustan Levers and Godfrey Phillips.

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