Moneka Khurana is amongst one of the few digital professionals with over a decade and a half of experience in digital marketing. She started her career in early days of digital in 2001.
She has worked with reputed organisations such as Intercept, DraftFCB+Ulka and Quasar and has been instrumental in inorganically growing the business, setting up teams and evangelising the medium.
Khurana has embarked on an entrepreneurial journey with the intent of being able to guide, train and strategically advice brands, agencies and publishers in the capacity of a Strategic Digital Consultant.
“I am excited about my new avatar and I am sure with my passion for digital, clubbed with the width of learning garnered over a long tenure in the space, I will be able to add value to my clients and keep them forever hungry to do more within this infinite and highly potent space,” she said.
She is said to have already started her engagement with respectable brands and agencies.
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