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Kunal Banerji vows to make Omaxe a national brand

12-June-2004
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Kunal Banerji vows to make Omaxe a national brand

Leading real estate developer Omaxe has announced the appointment of Kunal Banerji as its new marketing and communications head. In his capacity, Banerji will be responsible for Omaxe's nationwide communications including advertising and public relations.

Banerji said that he was very excited about working with Omaxe. "I intend to work towards Omaxe's endeavour of becoming a national real estate brand. It is a challenging assignment for me. I am looking forward to promoting the art of fine living to Indian communities across the world," says Banerji while dwelling on his new role.

During his over 25 years of experience in the field of marketing and corporate communications, Banerji has worked with O&M in Singapore and Malaysia, and served globally acclaimed brands like Rolex, Mercedes Benz, Nestle, Henkel, Kwouk Properties (developers of the world famous Shangrila Group of Hotels and Ocean Park/Marina Centre in South East Asia) and Seagram. In India too, he made his mark in leading organisations such as JK Industries, Jindal Group (Fuji Film) and Havell's.

Rohtas Goel, Chairman and Managing Director, Omaxe, was equally excited to have appointed Banerji. "He has vast experience in the communications industry having worked with some of the most reputed names. Omaxe is looking forward to become a strong real estate brand with a national presence and we have appointed him as our partner and his expertise will help us leap in this direction," he said.

Omaxe has successfully developed residential and commercial real estate projects across the National Capital Region and Delhi. The latest achievement of the group is 'The Forest' - home to exotic air-conditioned apartments worth Rs 1.5 crore each in Noida. The group has executed construction projects across India for well-known clients such as Coca-Cola India, Samsung, PepsiCo India, LG Electronics, Amity International and Electrolux.

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