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TTN appoints Nemish Sanghvi as AVP, Branded Content

02-July-2013
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TTN appoints Nemish Sanghvi as AVP, Branded Content

Times Television Network (TNN) has appointed Nemish Sanghvi as Associate Vice President - Branded Content. In this role, Sanghvi will be responsible to grow the existing business portfolio and look at sustained relationship with existing and prospective clients and brands and offer them holistic branding solutions. He will be instrumental in designing effective strategies for various brands across the board and embed them in the broad spectrum of varied content of the Times Network Consortium.

Prior to this appointment, Sanghvi was working as Project Head in Percept Sports & Entertainment & Percept Live. He has over 14 years’ experience in the field of Live Events and marketing. Earlier to Percept, Sanghvi was donning the role of Manager in Wiz Craft International for two years. In the course of his career, he has handled brands such as Reuters, BNP, Citi Bank, and HDFC among others.

On joining TNN, Sanghvi said, “The canvas of the group will help me in effectively executing my past experience in the current business scenario. I would extend my thanks to Percept and Harindra and Shailendra Singh, under whose guidance I learnt the art of successfully implementing tailor made strategies for varied projects since the past nine years. I look forward to working with the present team of Times Network to develop and execute a roadmap to achieve the next phase of growth for this company.” 

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