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TME appoints Bhavna Jha as GM and Head for TME Delhi

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TME appoints Bhavna Jha as GM and Head for TME Delhi

TME, the media independent from the Rediffusion DY&R group, has roped in Bhavna Jha as General Manager and Head for its Delhi office. This position has been vacant since August 2007, and until now Anupriya Acharya, President, TME, was looking after the Delhi operations. Jha, who has nine years’ experience, moves in from Sony Ericsson, where she was responsible for media and PR. At TME, she would be reporting to Acharya.

Commenting on Jha’s appointment, Acharya said, “In Bhavna we found the right balance of competence, experience and high energy levels. Her learnings and experience on the client as well as the agency side is definitely a great blend and we are confident that her joining is going to give our Delhi office the right leadership.”

Prior to this, Jha has had media experience in various product categories and has worked with agencies such as Madison, TME, Zenith, and MEC among others. Some of the key clients that Jha has worked on include Coke, Nestle, Reckitt Benckiser, Bharat Petroleum and Honda, among others.

“I look forward to returning to TME and the Rediffusion Group after quite a gap and in a much different role. I look forward to bringing my learnings into practice at TME,” added Jha.

As is known, some of the key accounts handled by TME include Colgate Palmolive, Parle AOR, IndianOil, Videocon, Tata Motors, Taj, Elder Pharmaceuticals and Yahoo!, among others.


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