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Neeraj Sanan puts in his papers at ABP News

27-March-2014
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Neeraj Sanan puts in his papers at ABP News

Neeraj Sanan, Chief Marketing Officer of MCCS, has put in his papers at the organisation. He was responsible for all the marketing related activities of the flagship news channel of ABP Group, ABP News, ABP Ananda and ABP Majha.

Sanan was not reachable for the comment at the time of filing this report but highly placed sources in the industry confirmed the news to exchange4media.

Sanan was working with the organisation for last six years. He joined ABP news in 2008. Before joining ABP, he was working as Marketing Head at Web 18 with Network 18 Group. He was the head of marketing for 21 websites including moneycontrol, Ibnlive, etc.

With over 19 years of experience Sanan has worked with brands like Wrigley’s, ICI Paints, Asian Paints and Dabur.

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