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Ranjit Rajshekhar quits as Marketing Head of Neo Sports

16-April-2008
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Ranjit Rajshekhar quits as Marketing Head of Neo Sports

Ranjit Rajshekhar, Head of Marketing, Neo Sports, has put in his papers. He had joined Neo Sports in September 2006 and was instrumental in launching the brand. Prior to Neo Sports, he was with Ten Sports for over two and a half years. At Neo Sports, he was reporting to Shashi Kalathil, but after Kalathil left the company, Rajshekhar was reporting to Harish Thawani, Chairman of the company.

Commenting on his decision to move on, Rajshekhar said, “It has been a fantastic experience these couple of years with Neo Sports. I think it’s time for me to look beyond media marketing and pursue a task that would be much wider in spectrum.”

He further said, “I have a few options as of now. I would only be able reveal my next destination once I take a decision.”

Rajshekhar was also involved in the launch of Ten Sports. At Neo Sports, apart from his marketing role, he also looked after the channel’s digital / mobile business. He has 11 years’ experience, and his media stint started with JWT six years back.

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