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MPG brings in Abhishek Jain and Mahima Bhanukumar for key roles

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MPG brings in Abhishek Jain and Mahima Bhanukumar for key roles

MPG has beefed up its team with two senior level appointments. Abhishek Jain joins as Director Investments in Delhi, while Mahima Bhanukumar joins MPG as Head of South. Both will be reporting to Anita Nayyar, CEO, MPG India.

On the new appointments, Anita Nayyar said, “Recruitments are a constant endeavour to beef up services through experienced talent and provide best possible value to clients. In today’s world of cutthroat competition, an experienced team is a great differentiator. Over the last few years, we are consciously working towards enhancing and upgrading talent at our end and these appointments stand testimony to that.”

Jain was working in Dentsu as Media Director. He has over 11 years’ experience spanning Dentsu, ZenithOptimedia, Cheil and Mudra. He has worked on a variety of clients like Honda cars, HP, LV, Hyundai, Nestle, Samsung, McDonalds and Mother Dairy.

Bhanukumar was earlier with Carat Media Services as Senior VP in Bangalore. She has 25 years’ experience in media and has worked in agencies like O&M, Initiative Media, Dentsu, The Media Edge, Carat, etc. Bhanukumar has vast experience in handling most product categories and has handled clients like Unilever, Arvind Mills, Bajaj, Titan Industries, Madura Garments, CavinKare, Coke, Citibank, and Ford, among others.


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