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RK Swamy Media Group appoints Vinish Joshi as VP, North & East

02-May-2013
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RK Swamy Media Group appoints Vinish Joshi as VP, North & East

Vinish Joshi has joined RK Swamy Media Group as Vice President, North & East. He will be responsible for the integrated media offering of the company in these regions. He is based in New Delhi and will be part of the management team at RK Swamy Media Group.

Confirming the appointment, Sandeep Sharma, President, RK Swamy Media Group said, “We look forward to Vinish strengthening our Delhi and Kolkata operations and growing the business. His marketing and media agency experience along with his understanding of digital media will help in enhancing our integrated media offering to clients.”

Joshi has over 19 years of experience having worked with Shaw Wallace, ABP, and Spicejet on the client side, and JWT, Lintas, and Mediacom on the agency side. In his last assignment, he was heading the Mediacom Delhi office for over six years.

On his new assignment, Joshi said, “I am delighted to be given this opportunity and look forward to be part of an agency that has a clear vision of growth and a result-oriented culture.”

RK Swamy Media Group comprises four units – Media Direction, Digital Direction, Hansa Media and Hansa Outdoor. It is part of RK Swamy Hansa, which serves over 250 companies in India and the US. The Group offers creative and media services, market research, direct/CRM & advanced analytics, events and activation, healthcare communication, PR, social & rural communication and more. 

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