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Navia Asia appoints Aman Chaudhary as National Client Services Director

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Navia Asia appoints Aman Chaudhary as National Client Services Director

Navia Asia, the out-of-home specialist network, has announced the appointment of Aman Chaudhary as National Client Services Director on the Uninor business. He will be based in Delhi and report to Gourav Tandon, COO, Navia Asia. Chaudhary was till recently Deputy General Manager at Percept Out of Home.

In his new role, Chaudhary will be the leader on the Uninor business, managing all OOH advertising for the telecom brand. It may be recalled that Navia Asia had won the out-of-home business of Uninor in late 2009. The telecom brand has launched in eight circles and will soon have a pan-India presence.

Chaudhary joins Navia Asia with 15 years’ experience, half of which he spent in the hospitality industry. In the last seven years, he has been with Selvel, Portland and Platinum, before his stint at Percept OOH media business. He has worked across the spectrum covering all aspects of OOH, which include printing, signage, acquisition and sale of media, besides planning and buying. He has also created innovative solutions that have enhanced the visibility of brands.


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