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Vibgyor Brand Services ropes in Roheet Chaddha

19-September-2013
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Vibgyor Brand Services ropes in Roheet Chaddha

Vibgyor Brand Services, an experiential marketing and BTL activation agency, has appointed Roheet Chaddha as Vice President – Sales and Marketing.

In a career spanning more than 15 years, he has worked on Channel V Music Awards, MTV Longest Dance Party, several editions of the Filmfare Awards, Femina Miss India and some of the country’s biggest concerts featuring Shakira, Shaggy and Bon Jovi.

“Roheet’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge make him a key addition to the Vibgyor team. With a commitment to provide the best services to our clients, we were looking for someone who would fit in our ethos of innovation and exceptional service, and it is very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Roheet’s caliber to fulfill this role,” said Ankur Kalra, CEO and  Founder, Vibgyor Brand Services.

Kalra also shared that Vibgyor has some major projects and developments in the pipeline and Chaddha’s addition to the team will further strengthen its position in the industry. 

“The kind of work Vibgyor has been doing in the last few years has been phenomenal. I look forward to new challenges and more memorable campaigns with Vibgyor Brand Services,” said Chaddha.

He has worked with Wizcraft International, CS Direkt Events & Exhibitions, E18 and 360 Degree Entertainment.

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