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PR Satheesh moves on as President, TELiBrahma

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PR Satheesh moves on as President, TELiBrahma

PR Satheesh, President, TELiBrahma Convergent Communications, a leading Bangalore-based mobile solutions company, has put in his papers. It is learnt that he will be moving to the mainstream media space at a startup. At TELiBrahma, where he spent two years, Satheesh had handled Sales, Marketing, Alliances, Partnerships and Operations, New Market development in the Middle East and South Asia, and was also part of the Managing Committee.

Elaborating on his experience at TELiBrahma, Satheesh shared, “It has been an amazing journey with a highly passionate, innovative, and ‘young’ organisation. I have seen some wonderful days, including that of managing a 13-stadium Blufi Network during the 2011 ICC World Cup, striking deals for delivery of cricket-related videos – both during the World Cup and the IPL. Increasing the BluFi Network to more than 800 locations and, of course the partnership with The Times of India for interact, were some of the highlights. Working with Suresh Narasimha and Ravi BR has been a pleasure. These two guys have amazing talent and passion, taking TELiBRahma to the stage where it has reached. I am glad to have worked with them and the team at TELiBrahma.”

Satheesh has over 20 years’ experience in the media and advertising space. He began his career in 1992, setting up the Regional office for Deccan Chronicle. He has worked across print, TV, retail and mobile solutions streams with stints at The Asian Age as General Manager, Zee Telefilms as Key Accounts Head, and Vice President, Zee Sports. He has also been Co-Founder and Managing Director of India’s first organised barter exchange ‘Barterbiz’ and was instrumental in setting up India’s first in-store TV network, TAG Media.

On Satheesh’s contribution to the organisation, Suresh Narasimha, Founder and CEO, TELiBrahma, said, “It was a pleasure having Satheesh in our team. His true entrepreneurial attitude and a great operating experience helped us handle some of the complex stages of our business. We acknowledge his contribution in setting up a stage from where we continue to grow tremendously. Me and my team wish him all the very best in his future ventures.”

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