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Sriram Kilambi steps down as President of Bloomberg TV

11-October-2013
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Sriram Kilambi steps down as President of Bloomberg TV

Sriram Kilambi has put in his papers as President, Bloomberg TV after a stint of one year and seven months. Kilambi had joined Bloomberg TV in April 2012.

Confirming the news to exchange4media, Kilambi shared, “My stint was very productive and fulfilling. Several new initiatives were taken during my stint and hence, there was complete professional satisfaction.”

Kilambi is a specialist in general management, insights, brands, analysis, people and team management. He has over 14 years of experience in the marketing and operations domain.

Prior joining to Bloomberg TV, he was associated with Radio Mirchi as Senior Vice President and National Marketing Head. Earlier in his career, Kilambi had worked with Coca Cola India for seven years in various capacities and was instrumental in implementing key strategic plans for brands such as Coca-Cola, Georgia and Kinley, including the Rs 5 bottle affordability campaign. 

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