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Himanshu Shekhar quitting Big FM; headed back to Mindshare on Unilever biz

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Himanshu Shekhar quitting Big FM; headed back to Mindshare on Unilever biz

After a stint of two years, Himanshu Shekhar, Business Head - North and West, Big FM, has decided to move on from Big FM. It is understood that Shekhar is headed back to Mindshare for an international assignment. Sources close to the development informed that Shekhar would head the Unilever business at Mindshare, but would be based in Jakarta.

Shekhar was not available for comments at the time of filing the report.

He comes with 11 years of experience in communications planning. He had begun his career with JP Cement as Area Sales Manager before moving on to The Hindu as Account Planner. Prior to joining Big FM, he was with Mindshare Fulcrum, where he held the post of General Manager, Position, and was handling the Unilever account.

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