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Dipayan Chowdhury takes over as National Sales Head, DNA

05-March-2010
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Dipayan Chowdhury takes over as National Sales Head, DNA

After spending five years with DNA, Dipayan Chowdhury has been elevated to the position of Executive Vice President (Revenues) at DNA. Prior to this, he was heading the DNA Delhi branch for the last two years.

Prior to joining DNA, Dipayan was heading the key accounts team of Hindustan Times, Delhi.

Commenting about his elevation, Dipayan Chowdhury says, “ It is an honor to head the department and the challenge shall be to synergise the strength of the brand across editions with revenues.”

KU Rao, CEO, DNA says, “Dipayan has been with us since inception and has scripted the success of our North India operations. He understands the culture and the many issues that need to be managed. He knows the team the well and will be able to settle down quickly.”

Chowdhury has close to 19 years of experience across media and FMCG sectors. He is an MBA and an IIM smp (Calcutta) alumni and he started his career with Pepsi and was instrumental in launching the brand in Delhi. He also had stints in other newspapers such as ABP and Business Standard.

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