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HLL chooses Rahul Welde to replace Venkataramanan in media buying

18-January-2005
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HLL chooses Rahul Welde to replace Venkataramanan in media buying

Media-buying scene at Hindustan Lever Limited is changing with the Group Media Manager, B Venkataramanan moving to the United Kingdom to assume higher responsibilities as the VP–Media Buying, Unilever, UK, and Rahul Welde taking over his position.

For Venkataramanan, this means a significant progression in his career graph. Sharing more on his taking over as the VP, Media Buying in London, HLL spokesperson Paresh Chaudhry mentions that there is a definitive procedure of selecting people across Unilever.

However, Welde, the man to replace Venkataramanan, has played the role of a Project Manager in the Chairman’s office. His new designation is GM, Media Buying, HLL.

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