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V Narayanan joins Maxus Delhi, shares responsibility with Mausumi Kar

06-August-2010
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V Narayanan joins Maxus Delhi, shares responsibility with Mausumi Kar

Maxus has brought in V Narayanan as General Manager to share the responsibilities along with Mausumi Kar at the agency’s Delhi office. He will report to Ajit Varghese, MD, Maxus India, who has confirmed the appointment.

Narayanan comes with over 15 years’ experience and with a strategic bent of mind. Prior to Maxus, he had been in Singapore for the last seven years, where he was part of Carat in Singapore. There, he had held the post of General Manager on key businesses like Nokia, ANZ, and RBS, along with P&L and new business responsibility. In his earlier stints in India, Narayanan has worked on P&G, Coke, J&J, and Unilever businesses.

As for Kar, already a General Manager in Delhi, apart from her current responsibilities, she will now take up the additional charge of Maxus Kolkota, which had recently won the Mcnroe business (planning) and which already handles Vodafone, among other clients.

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