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Mediacom appoints Soumit Deb as Head of Investment, South

19-April-2013
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Mediacom appoints Soumit Deb as Head of Investment, South

After spending a little over six months with Starcom, Bangalore, Soumit Deb has joined Mediacom as Head of Investments - South. He will be reporting to Sriram Sharma, MD, Mediacom, South.

Deb has previously worked on brands such as 3M Home Care, Stationery, Car Care, Citizen, Jockey, Essilor, and Caratlane in Bangalore. His India stint started with Initiative Media in 2010, where he was working on ITC Foods Confectionery and Snacks Business.

Deb is almost a decade old in the industry and has worked on brands such as Matrix Telecom, Unilever, P&G, Reckitt & GSK outside India. He had worked with Mindshare, Malaysia and Colombo prior to this.

He started his media planning career with Lodestar UM, Chennai and has worked with MPG as well in India. He has worked on brands such as Henkel Spic, Dell, Bharatmatrimony and Voltas during his India stint.

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