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Ranajit Chatterjee, Associate VP, SAB TV, to join Ad Space Mart

24-June-2005
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Ranajit Chatterjee, Associate VP, SAB TV, to join Ad Space Mart

Ranajit Chatterjee, Associate VP, SAB TV, is joining Ad Space Mart as Delhi head, said Ad Space Mart CEO Sanjeev Sighai. He will be taking over the Delhi operations from July 1, 2005.

Asked on the core responsibilities, he said, “Chatterjee would act as profit centre head for business resourcing and would be primarily responsible for finding new business opportunities for the company.” On the expectations from Chatterjee, he said, “He is a highly capable and we believe that he can bring in the right synergies on various projects we plan to unfold.”

Chatterjee earlier worked with Radio Today, Canon India, Real Value Marketing Services, DSJ Communication, Business India Group, Eveready Flashlight. He carries total experience of 18 years.

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