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Sanjay Nanavare joins Khushi Advertising as DGM Business Development

23-June-2017
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Sanjay Nanavare joins Khushi Advertising as DGM Business Development


Khushi Advertising has announced the on-boarding of Sanjay Nanavare to accelerate growth of their branding and activation verticals.


Sanjay has a comprehensive understanding of media ad-sales having spent 28 years in the field. He has worked with leading newspapers, magazines and television channels including The Indian Express, Business Standard, Asian Age, The Strategist, ETV and Eenadu. Sanjay has a decade long experience in digital cinema advertising and his latest stint was with a leading digital cinema technology company, Qube Cinema Technologies, where he was instrumental in bringing on board major national clients to advertise in cinemas.


“Cinema advertising is poised to become one of the biggest game changers in the times to come. Khushi is the leading cinema advertising agency in India and I am glad to be a part of this deftly written success story,” said Nanavare.


“I am eager to contribute constructively and face exciting challenges at Khushi. I look forward to working in an environment which fosters growth and with a team which takes pride in constantly outperforming itself,” he added.


Vishnu Telang, CEO – Khushi Advertising said, “We have worked tirelessly to reach the numero uno position in the cinema advertising industry and we have every intention of staying put there. Hence, consistent introspection, reinventing and revamping are our watchwords. It is extremely essential to have with us people like Sanjay, who bring in rich experience and expertise. Sanjay is a veteran business development professional in our industry and I am certain he shall prove to be an asset and shall flag off new initiatives in our branding and activation verticals.”

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