Deepti Jalota has joined Mogae Media as Vice President – Sales. She will be based at Mogae HQ in Gurgaon.
Her last stint was with Microsoft Advertising India where she was the National Category Manager and was responsible for the digital media sales for its assets such as MSN and Windows Live.
Welcoming Jalota, Tanya Goyal, Executive Director, Mogae said, “Deepti brings good quality digital knowledge and a deep understanding of emerging trends to her new assignment at Mogae.”
Jalota has high quality global and domestic experience in the digital domain.
“In these exciting times when mobile advertising is all set to take the leap ahead, I am really excited and delighted to work with the Mogae Group. I totally relate to the enormous vision the company has for the mobile advertising space. My role here would be to assist company in scaling up sales and revenue and form a robust sales team across regions and take Mogae media to the next level,” said Jalota.
She has held a senior leadership role as AVP at Carwale for its online business and has also spent three years with Yahoo India where she led online advertising sales and brand efforts for a large portfolio of its clients. She has also been a part of the international sales team at Mediascope Publicitas.
For the record, Mogae handles the entire mAdvertising portfolio of Airtel. Some of its recent campaigns have been for brands such as American Express, Blackberry, Dabur, Domino’s, Ford, HDFC Life, HP, Lufthansa, Micromax, Samsung, Nestle, Pepsi, Renault, Seagrams, Star TV, amongst others.
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