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The Nielsen Company appoints Christophe Cambournac as President, Asia Pacific & India

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The Nielsen Company appoints Christophe Cambournac as President, Asia Pacific & India

Christophe Cambournac has been elevated to the position of President, Asia, Pacific & India at the Nielsen Company. He replaces Nonoy Niles. In his new role, Cambournac will lead Nielsen in Asia, Pacific and India, working closely with Nielsen’s regional leadership team. He will be based in Singapore and report to CEO David Calhoun.

Cambournac had joined Nielsen in Europe in 2004. Prior to this latest appointment, Cambournac was Managing Director for BASES, Asia Pacific, for which he relocated to Hong Kong in 2007.

Cambournac brings to Asia Pacific over 15 years’ experience in market research and business consulting. He brings a broad perspective of Nielsen’s business to his new position from earlier roles and has extensive experience in handling global client relationships.


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