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Mohit Joshi, MD of Havas Media India named MD of Havas Media Group, India

01-July-2015
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Mohit Joshi, MD of Havas Media India named MD of Havas Media Group, India

Havas Media Group India today announced a slew of senior level promotions across the group in India.

Mohit Joshi currently Managing Director, Havas Media India, has been named Managing Director, Havas Media Group India. Uday Mohan, Executive Director, Havas Media-North is being promoted to Managing Partner, Havas Media-North & East. Soumya Sarkar, General Manager is being given additional charge as General Manager & Branch Head, Havas Media-West.

Included in the promotions roster are - Abhishek Jain as Executive VP Investments, earlier VP Investments. Mitesh Desai, Head-Creative, UX & UI is now National Creative Director and Gregory Phillip has been named Associate VP-Operations for Arena Media.

Speaking on the appointments, Anita Nayyar, CEO, Havas Media Group India & South Asia said, “Havas Media Group in India has been growing at a rapid pace, last year we grew 42%. It has been a straight line graph going upwards since we started operations in 2006 and we have aggressive plans ahead. Companies don’t grow on their own, they need – people. As we scale, we would like to elevate the passionate people who helped us reach where we are today and we count on them going forward.”

The team has also been further strengthened with the joining of Tarranum Alam as Executive VP Investments and Chandana Chakravartti VP at the Delhi office and Saurabh Jain who is currently handling the Bangalore operations.

“It gives me a lot of pleasure to make this announcement and I’m confident that this team will over deliver and take Havas Media Group to greater heights”, concluded Nayyar.

 

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