Aidem Ventures has announced the appointment of M Suku as Executive Vice President, reflecting the company’s expansion into new emerging media, markets and verticals. Prior to this appointment, Suku was with Reliance ADA Group, where he was the Head of Media & Alliances.
Welcoming Suku to the agency, Managing Director Raj Nayak said, “We are extremely excited about Suku’s appointment. At Aidem, he will be a part of the core management team. His extensive knowledge and experience in the industry will strengthen Aidem’s business expansion strategy.” This appointment continues Aidem’s drive to provide its clients with experienced industry personal to support their projects.
On joining Aidem Ventures, Suku said, “I am delighted to be a part of this exciting organisation filled with high energy entrepreneurs. I have joined Aidem at an exciting time when it is still in its growth phase and look forward to working with the team to expand and implement the company’s growth plans.
Suku is an industry veteran with over 25 years of experience in business development, contract negotiation and strategic planning, buying and media assessment. He has worked with companies like Lintas, Colgate, JWT, Ogilvy, Unilever (Secondment) ABCL, Eenadu and GroupM. At GroupM, as National Director, he had set up Broadmind (now GroupM ESP) from scratch into a significant contribution of entrepreneurs, revenues, profits and awards. The Broadmind Indian business model was regionally and globally recognised and adopted. He moved to GroupM Singapore, overseeing the ESP division in a regional role covering 12 Asia-Pacific countries.
Aidem Ventures Pvt Ltd is a leading media consulting sales and marketing company. With a presence in nine cities in India, a relationship with an advertiser base of over 3,000 and a sales force of over 200 people, Aidem is one of the largest truly independent media organisations in the country. Currently, Aidem has offices in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Ludhiana, Mumbai and Pune.
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