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Manish Porwal promoted as MD, Starcom, West and South

28-September-2006
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Manish Porwal promoted as MD, Starcom, West and South

Starcom Worldwide’s India office has seen a significant change with the promotion of Manish Porwal, Executive Director, Starcom India – West, as the Managing Director, Starcom India – West and South. The change will be effective from January 2007. Porwal continues to report to Ravi Kiran, CEO, Starcom Mediavest Group, South Asia.

The change will be effective from January 2007 and doesn’t follow any related profile change for any of the other Starcom senior management officials, at present.

The development has been confirmed by Starcom officials, however, further weren’t available at the time of filing the report.

Porwal had joined the Starcom family in 2003 as General Manager – New Initiatives and Investments, following stints with media agencies and media houses like FCB Ulka and Vijay TV. In the structural changes made in the agency’s top management in August 2005, Porwal was elevated as Executive Director, Starcom India - West.

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