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Devapriya Mohanty moves from Maxus India to MindShare Vietnam as Business Director

30-November-2005
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Devapriya Mohanty moves from Maxus India to MindShare Vietnam as Business Director

Devapriya Mohanty (popularly known as Deboo), Business Director, MAXUS Delhi is moving to MindShare, Vietnam as Business Director with effect from December 1. The move is the latest in the many transfers of GroupM India staff to key assignments in the region.

In the past few years, several staff, including Charu Mahajan (Thailand), Chanchal Chakraborthy (Malaysia), and Arjun Ghosh (China) have gone on to make a mark in the regional network.

An MBA from, MDI Gurgaon, Mohanty has more than nine years’ experience in media. In his current role he was overseeing Dabur and Ranbaxy brands.

Commenting on the movement, Debraj Tripathy, GM, Maxus Delhi, said, “Deboo has been an asset to us. He has been taking care of a few of our important businesses. We will definitely miss him at Maxus. However, this is a going to be a great opportunity for Deboo and we wish him all the very best.”

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