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Niloufer Dundh resigns as Chief Sales Officer at OOH Media

31-July-2009
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Niloufer Dundh resigns as Chief Sales Officer at OOH Media

Niloufer Dundh has put in her papers as Chief Sales Officer at OOH Media. She has been with OOH Media for a little under three years, joining the agency in December 2006. She has decided not to move anywhere at present and take a short break. She will, however, assist Ishan Raina, CEO, OOH Media, in the capacity of an advisor.

One her decision to move, Dundh said, “My experience at OOH Media has been completely exuberating. It has been a wonderful journey, but like all journeys, this journey has come to end.”

Dundh was earlier National Sales Head with Hungama TV from April 2004 to December 2006. She has extensive experience across markets, including Mumbai, Muscat and Dubai, and various industries such as print, Internet, radio, travel and television. She was with Radio Mirchi as Corporate Sales Head. She has 16 years’ experience in the field of sales.

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