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Achuthan Kutty joins Media2win, to head Business Development in the south market

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Achuthan Kutty joins Media2win, to head Business Development in the south market

Achuthan Kutty, former founder of Bridge Over TW, has joined Media2win in Bangalore. He will be heading Business Development in the south market. Media2win is a leading full service interactive agency promoted by the contests2win group.

Kutty has been one of the pioneers in the interactive media space in India and has been in the advertising business for the past 25 years. He comes with very strong media understanding as well as a strong business development and client servicing background.

Commenting on Kutty’s appointment, Krishna Kumar, CEO, media2win, said, ‘It’s great to have Achuthan on board. We need experienced media veterans like him to join the interactive media space to help not only evangelise but impart that experience and learning.”

Commenting on his new assignment, Kutty said, “Interactive advertising has been my passion and the move from my own company to media2win is symbolic of how much I believe in me2w’s capabilities and growth potential. I look forward to accelerating me2w and in consolidating its position as the leading interactive agency in the country.”

Media2win has over 100 blue chip client relationships in place. Me2w solutions involve complete interactive strategy, involving creative, media planning and buying, search engine marketing and optimisation, advergaming, lead management and CRM solutions. Media2win has won awards at the ABBY & AAAI in 2006. Me2w is headquartered in Mumbai and has offices in Delhi and Bangalore.


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