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Yash Khanna joins CMCG India as President

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Yash Khanna joins CMCG India as President

Yash Khanna, former Executive Vice President with STAR Network, has joined public relations consultancy CMCG India, as President.

Khanna brings to CMCG India years of professional experience, the last 17 of which were with STAR Network in India. Over the years, he has worked across corporate communications, corporate affairs, marketing, ad sales and business development functions at STAR India and at Ananda Bazaar Patriika.

Khanna said, “CMCG India is well-known for the quality of work it has delivered for clients across industry segments. Our plan is to quickly extend our thought leadership across industry segments, while offering innovative communication solutions to clients.”

Samir Kale, Managing Director, CMCG India, added, “I am delighted that Yash has joined the leadership of CMCG India team. He brings invaluable experience and business understanding to the agency. I’m sure that under his guidance, CMCG India will be able to grow into a large communications agency offering a variety of services to clients across geographies in India.”


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