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Evalueserve, Equinox crowned Delhi winners at Radio City MQ

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Evalueserve, Equinox crowned Delhi winners at Radio City MQ

Teams from Evalueserve and Equinox managed to beat over 150 teams from more than 80 of Delhi’s corporates at the Radio City MQ Delhi regional finals. Senior Analyst Purnadeep Chakraborty, and Business Analyst Gaurav Tiwari, both from Evalueserve, were declared winners. Sapna Nair, Senior Executive-Administration, and Lalit Kumar, Senior Associate, both from Equinox, an i-Flex company, were declared first runners-up. The winners will participate in the national finals of Radio City MQ on October 12 to be held in Mumbai.

Commenting on the regional finals in Delhi, Rana Barua, National Head-Marketing, Radio City, said, “After a phenomenal start in Bangalore, Radio City MQ in Delhi has only upped the ante for Mumbai now. With Bangalore and Delhi now settled to gun for the national title, the action on Radio City MQ next moves to Mumbai.”

Renowned quizmaster and radio personality Brian Tellis, along with RJ Simran, host of ‘Radio City Breakfast Show’, hosted Delhi’s regional Radio City MQ. The regional finals started after an initial round of written eliminations with four top scoring teams -- Nestle, Grey Group, Equinox and Evalueserve -- beating teams from corporates like ACNielsen, HP, Madison, National Geographic Channel, Idea Telecom and McCann Erickson, among others.

The Delhi regional finals comprised six action-packed interactive rounds based on Radio City’s programme schedule, including an audio quiz section, a round on nine artistes, a female artistes special, a buzzer round, an audio-visual round on English music, and a ‘Whatte Fun Karaoke Round’. The surprise package of the evening was the ‘Joker Round’ hosted by RJ Simran.

After Delhi, the action moves to Mumbai with the regional finals on October 12 at The Taj President. Each of the two top scoring teams from Bangalore and Delhi will be flown to Mumbai for the grand finale slated on the same day, to fight it out with the Mumbai regional winners.


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