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Ganesh Shenoy joins MPG as VP South

08-February-2007
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Ganesh Shenoy joins MPG as VP South

Ganesh Shenoy has joined MPG as VP-South handling Chennai and Bangalore operations. Anita Nayyar, CEO, MPG, said, “South has been one of MPG’s fastest growing regions, having added clients worth Rs 30 crore of media billings in the last one year. Addition of Ganesh to our team not only reinforces our commitment to existing and new clients, but also ensures that the momentum is maintained.”

Commenting on his new appointment, Shenoy said, “I am delighted to be part of MPG. I am looking forward to the new challenge, hopefully leveraging on my past experience. The southern region has a vast advertising base that is growing rapidly. This should translate to great media business for us as well.”

Shenoy joins MPG with a rich experience of 16 years. His previous experience includes working in media with agencies like Contract, O&M and Lintas. He was also Media Manager with BPL, and has been Deputy GM south with Hindustan Times.

The clients he has handled include, Peugeot, General Motors, Dubai Waterfront, Infosys, Sun Microsystems, Intel, IBM, Dell, TITAN, Tanishq, Bru, Liril, Rexona, and Lifebuoy, among others.

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