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C1X ropes in Gaurav Prabhu as Director - Sales, India

30-March-2017
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C1X ropes in Gaurav Prabhu as Director - Sales, India

Silicon Valley-based advertising and marketing technology (AMT) company, C1X (Class One Exchange), has appointed Gaurav Prabhu as Director - Sales, India.

Based out of Mumbai, Prabhu has previously worked with Vuclip, where he was heading the mobile performance business. Prior to Vuclip, he has had a successful stint with Vserv and Networkplay. He will be reporting to Sunil Punjabi, VP and Business Head, South Asia.

On Prabhu’s appointment, Punjabi stated, “I am very excited to have Gaurav on board. His networking skills and knowledge of the ecosystem will help C1X in the execution of the strategy and meeting of goals that we have set for ourselves in India and South Asia.”

Commenting on his new role, Prabhu said, “Over a decade-long career, I have developed a strong fascination for the start-up ecosystem, and what drives me personally are the rigour, passion, and endless opportunities that it never fails to present. These are, in fact, the attributes that have drawn me towards C1X, as their values and approach resonate with my beliefs and thoughts on programmatic business in India. The team here is incredibly brilliant and is poised to define class leading standards. I'm looking forward to an exhilarating journey ahead.”

Prabhu has been a pivotal Business Development Executive for over 10 years in implementing successful strategies and motivating highly galvanised teams to produce significant bottom-line results. He has a distinguished background in recruiting and developing “A Players” to drive revenue across multiple sales organizations, and adept at devising and executing effective sales strategies to optimise market opportunities.

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