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Times OOH’s Pankaj Raina joins G2rams as Head - Marketing Services (West)

13-March-2009
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Times OOH’s Pankaj Raina joins G2rams as Head - Marketing Services (West)

Pankaj Raina, Head of Marketing Services with Times OOH, has decided to move on. He has joined G2Rams as Head of Marketing Services – West. Raina will be reporting to Sameer Mutreja, MD, G2Rams.

Confirming the development, Raina said, “G2Rams is in the BTL space and I’m happy to be part of a firm which gives a finer definition to the new marketing tool. My role is of Business Head for the Western region, where I will be looking at the whole P&L of the region, which includes revenue, operations, finance and creatives.”

Prior to Times OOH, Raina was associated with Radio Mirchi. He has an overall experience of six and a half years with the Times Group, including both his stints at Times OOH and Radio Mirchi. Raina had started off his career with PerceptH and McCann Erickson.

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