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Sagnik Ghosh to exit Axis Bank as Sr. Vice President and Head-Marketing

16-October-2015
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Sagnik Ghosh to exit Axis Bank as Sr. Vice President and Head-Marketing

Sagnik Ghosh is going to exit Axis Bank as Sr. Vice President and Head-Marketing, confirm sources. His last day of work is today.

In his role as Sr. Vice President and Head-Marketing at Axis Bank, Ghosh was managing brand & strategy, digital marketing, branch marketing as well as the marketing communication function for Axis Bank and its subsidiary companies.

With an industry experience of over 15 years in marketing communications, strategic planning, brand building, and consumer insight, Ghosh has extensive marketing experience on the client side in the media and financial sector through his association with reputed names like HSBC and Franklin Templeton. Besides, his experience with TBWA India and Grey Worldwide helped him understand the agency perspective on strategic planning across various categories.

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