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Sushma Jhaveri puts in her papers as Senior VP at Carat

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Sushma Jhaveri puts in her papers as Senior VP at Carat

Sushma Jhaveri, Senior Vice President, Carat Media Services, is moving on from the organisation. Jhaveri had joined the company in February 2009 as General Manager – West and South. While Carat officials and Jhaveri were not available for comments on the development, highly placed sources have confirmed the development to exchange4media.

A thoroughbred media service brands professional, Jhaveri has over 17 years of experience in the field of media services, including planning, research, strategy and training. Prior to Carat, she was with TME for almost four years as VP and Head - Strategy and Training.

A commerce graduate, with an additional Law degree from Mumbai University, she has worked with media agencies and research firms such as GroupM, Mindshare Fulcrum, Contract Advertising and Foundation for Research in Community Health across brands such as Colgate, HUL, ICICI Bank, ICICI Prudential, Colors, Star Network and Castrol.

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