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Hemant Choudhry appointed GM, Starcom Delhi

05-May-2007
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Hemant Choudhry appointed GM, Starcom Delhi

Starcom Delhi has appointed Hemant Choudhry as General Manager. His last stint was with Maxus as Business Director on the Hero Honda account. He will be reporting to Tarun Nigam, Executive Director, India-North, Starcom.

With 16 years of experience behind him, Chaudhry has previously worked with Carat Media Services as Business Director, MediaEdge as Head of Media Planning, HTA (now JWT) as Senior Media Planner, Response India and Trikaya Grey.

Said Nigam, “The media landscape has experienced tremendous growth in recent years and we want to ensure we enjoy the leadership position there. As our business goals escalate and the media industry gets more complex, we wanted someone like Hemant with his experience and understanding of the industry and the spark to lead an upbeat team.”

Speaking on his appointment, Choudhry said, “Starcom continues to build on their passion for discovering fresh consumer trends, insights and strategies to media challenges. I am excited to join Starcom because of their in-depth understanding of consumers and their thirst for contextual planning.”

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