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Paritosh Joshi takes on Advisory role at Sun TV Network

09-March-2017
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Paritosh Joshi takes on Advisory role at Sun TV Network

Paritosh Joshi has taken on the Advisory role at Sun TV Network. Joshi has three decades of experience in South Asia's rapidly developing consumer product and service markets. A graduate from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, Joshi’s specialities include consumer product and service sales and marketing, business negotiation, team leadership and motivation, goal setting and budgeting, and vision articulation. His strengths lie in the diversity of categories, organisational environments, and business cycle stages that he has dealt with over the 30-year-long period.

Joshi is also a Permanent Invitee to the Board of Governors at the Media Research Users Council. Media Research Users Council is a registered not-for-profit body of members drawn from major Advertisers, Advertising Agencies, Publishers, and Broadcast/Other Media.

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