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Gautam Sharma exits ABP news as Vice President & National Sales Head

30-March-2017
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Gautam Sharma exits ABP news as Vice President & National Sales Head

Gautam Sharma has quit ABP news as Vice President & National Sales Head. Sharma confirmed the news of his exit to exchange4media, tomorrow is his last day with the organisation.

His next destination remains unknown.

He is a seasoned media sales professional who leverages over 17 years in Advertising Sales, Revenue Optimization, Sales Strategy, Marketing, P&L Management, General Management, Team Management and CRM.

Sharma has worked across varied genres including News, Movies, General Entertainment as well as the Regional space and also holds a keen understanding of the print medium.

Having worked with some of India's leading media brands like – Star TV, Star News, TV Today Network (Aaj Tak), India TV and ABP News Network, he has played a pivotal role in some of the biggest launches in the television industry like Aaj Tak , Headlines Today and Star One.

A media professional known for his business acumen and keen eye to identify emerging market opportunities and delivering strong business cases, Sharma believes in leading from the front and has spearheaded the development of new market friendly products for both Broadcast and Digital platforms.

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