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Navia Asia COO Gourav Tandon moves on

02-June-2010
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Navia Asia COO Gourav Tandon moves on

Gourav Tandon has put in his papers at Navia Asia, the out of home specialist network, as Chief Operating Officer. He is currently serving his notice period.

Confirming the development, Sanjay Shah, CEO, Navia Asia, said, “We thank Gourav for leading the team efficiently and helping the business grow during his stint at Navia. As he moves on, we wish him well in his future endeavours.”

Shah will look after Tandon’s responsibilities in the interim period and until further announcement.

Tandon said, “I had a great stint at Navia Asia. I will be moving in the OOH sector. I have multiple options at hand, but have not decided on my next destination. The move is obviously to seek greater challenges and to apply my skills and experience over a professional canvas that is larger and more diverse.”

Tandon has more than 12 years of experience in the OOH media business and has worked in all aspects of OOH, including printing, signages, acquisition and sale of media, besides planning and buying. He began his career with GMS Technologies and then worked with agencies such as MOMS, Aaren Initiative and Ogilvy. He has also worked for Clear Channel, where he was handling the assets and AOR divisions for the Northern region. He has worked on national brands such as LG, Emaar MGF, Voltas, Michelin Tyres, Yamaha, Sony Ericsson and Panasonic.

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