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Maxus Bangalore ropes in Krishna Kumar as Client Leader

06-October-2009
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Maxus Bangalore ropes in Krishna Kumar as Client Leader

Krishna Kumar Revanur has joined Maxus Bangalore as Client Leader, where he will be overseeing the group businesses of the Bangalore office, including AMD, MTR, and Shell, among others. A key focus area for him will also be to look at new business opportunities in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, besides exploring emerging areas.

He replaces D Naidu, who is moving to Maxus Mumbai. Prior to this appointment, Revanur was with Microsoft, where he was looking after inventory revenue analysis as well as pockets to increase revenue.

One his new role, Revanur said, “I believe that the media industry today offers immense avenues for growth. The start may be slow, but it’s a marathon which one enjoys, and that’s the reason I am back in this industry after having spent some time with Microsoft.”

Prior to Microsoft, Revanur was with Madison as Media Director on TVS. He had also worked with Universal McCann and Mediacom and has experience in both planning and buying.

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