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Travel Trendz Tv ropes in Tajamul Hussain

28-March-2012
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Travel Trendz Tv ropes in Tajamul Hussain

Tajamul Hussain has joined Travel Trendz Tv effective March 19, 2012 as Chief Strategic Officer. As a core member of the management team, he will work closely with Abdul Azeem, CEO and President, Travel Trendz Tv. His first task would be to help the launch of the TV channel before the end of second quarter of 2012.

He brings in 21 years of rich strategic experience in the area of media planning and buying, brand communication, marketing, and the media business. He has worked with some of the leading advertising agencies such as DDB, Tribal DDB, Optimum Media and Saatchi & Saatchi.

Commenting on the appointment, Azeem said, “Tajamul’s diverse international experience, both in traditional and new media space will help Travel Trendz Tv bring innovation for its long-term growth and success.”

Hussain has been part of the think tank of many successful brands (and brand launches) from various sectors as varied as FMCG, Durables, Services, Finance, Telecom, etc. in international markets such as Middle East, North Africa, Europe and North America.

“I feel that Travel Trendz Tv is well poised to ride the new media fragmentation wave and catapult itself to be a significant niche media channel in the travel and tourism genre,” said Hussain.

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