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Rammohan Sundaram joins Yahoo! as National Sales Manager

16-June-2007
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Rammohan Sundaram joins Yahoo! as National Sales Manager

Yahoo! India has announced the appointment of Rammohan Sundaram as its National Sales Manager. He moves on to the portal from Tribal DDB India, which he joined in July 2005. At Yahoo! he will be responsible for all the marketing and media sales activity in the country.

As National Sales Director at Tribal DDB, he had handled businesses of players that include Timesjobs.com, magicbricks.com, Honda Siel Cars, Yatra, Volkswagen and Guruji.com. Previously, during his 12-year experience in the media sales and marketing field, he has worked with various players like Indian Express, Microland Group, Encore Events, Jobsahead.com and Madison.

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