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Vishnu Kanth Gokul joins 123greetings as National Sales Head

11-May-2010
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Vishnu Kanth Gokul joins 123greetings as National Sales Head

123greetings, an IntraSoft Technologies venture, has appointed Vishnu Kanth Gokul as National Head, Ad Sales. He has joined the company’s Mumbai office from May 10.

Confirming his appointment to exchange4media, Gokul said, “I will be responsible for implementing the sales plan for 123greetings and bringing in new clients from all parts of the India.”

Prior to this appointment, Gokul was with Rajshri Media as Vice President, Ad Sales. Before that, he was with Sify, where he was handling the NRI portal, Samachar.com, for one year. In addition to this, he was also instrumental in launching and handling the entire south region for Rediff’s P4C activity for four years.

123greetings.com, an e-card website launched in 1997, allows users to send free greetings on all occasions and events. From birthdays to anniversaries to festivals, the portal contains an array of sections loaded with pages having a variety of cards to choose from.

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