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Rajesh Kallidumbil rejoins Ozone Media

27-June-2013
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Rajesh Kallidumbil rejoins Ozone Media

After being a digital consultant for brands for around a year, Rajesh Kallidumbil has returned to Ozone Media’s fold as Head – Sales Strategy and Brand Sales.

Kallidumbil was earlier with Ozone Media for almost three years and had handled various aspects of operations, including Ad Ops, Publisher Management and Campaign Management. He has been in the digital advertising space for six years.

In his new role, Kallidumbil will help brands tap innovations and storyboards in an effort to engage audiences better on display advertising. He will be reporting into Kiran Gopinath, CEO, Ozone Media.

Commenting on Kallidumbil’s appointment, Gopinath said “It’s great to have Rajesh back to help us bring fresh perspectives to the Indian advertisers. Display advertising can help advertisers build an engaging story for their brands, and Rajesh understands this space well to build action into it.”

Kallidumbil added here, “Ozone Media’s strengths in data driven advertising give us a unique opportunity to create compelling brand messaging across devices for our demand partners.”

For the record, Ozone Media was founded in 2006 to help advertisers in delivering digital audience by partnering with some of the largest online publishers in India. Ozone Media’s clientele includes Junglee, Amazon, CitiBank, PolicyBazaar, MakeMyTrip, Koovs, Myntra, Medplus, Jeevansathi, BharatMatrimony, Audi, Ford, and Naukri, among others. 

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