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Sandeep Lakhina to move on from Starcom MediaVest Group

01-April-2011
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Sandeep Lakhina to move on from Starcom MediaVest Group

Starcom MediaVest Group (SMG) India has announced that Sandeep Lakhina, Chief Operating Officer, Starcom MediaVest Group, India will leave the organisation.

Speaking on the development, CVL Srinivas, Chairman – Starcom MediaVest Group India said, “Sandeep has been a part of the India network for over three years. As COO he played an important role in managing the operation. We thank him for his contribution to SMG and wish him the very best for the future.”

Sandeep Lakhina said, “It has been an enriching journey for me at SMG. I have enjoyed working with a bunch of bright enthusiastic people, a set of great clients and brands, and an industry which has seen colossal highs and lows since I joined in end 2007. It is now time for me to pursue other interesting opportunities outside the organization, and I am looking forward to the next phase of my career with excitement and vigor.”

Sandeep will remain with the organisation until June.

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