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dgm India opens Mumbai office; appoints Sohail Khan as Sales Head for West & South

23-August-2007
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dgm India opens Mumbai office; appoints Sohail Khan as Sales Head for West & South

Online marketing solutions company dgm India has opened its Mumbai office, and this coincides with the appointment of Sohail Khan as Head-Sales and Account Management, for West and South regions. He will be reporting to Anurag Gupta, Managing Director, dgm India.

Gupta said, “This is a very proud moment for dgm India, as this is a reaffirmation of the roadmap we had made for ourselves when we launched our India operations in June last year. With the opening of this office, and the consequent induction of our Mumbai team, we hope to reach our unique online advertising and marketing, and affiliate marketing model to a wider audience.”

With nearly a decade's experience behind him, seven years out of which has been in the interactive space, Khan is eminently suited to bring to fruition dgm India's ambitious growth plans for the region. His last stint was as National Head for Digital Direction, the interactive media division of RK Swamy BBDO.

Commenting on his latest assignment, Khan said, “dgm Holdings Plc is an international pioneer in online marketing and advertising, and dgm India has already scorched a blistering pace by acquiring a number of major clients since its launch. dgm brings technology, solutions and practices that are not being currently used in India. Having worked in the interactive field, I have always felt that technologies such as affiliate marketing are required to develop the market, and I am glad that I will be a part of an organisation that will introduce these to the clients for furthering their ROI from the online medium. I look forward to growing additional business from the Western and Southern regions, which have always been markets of high economic growth.”

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