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OMS Mumbai Head Srikant Raman to join GroupM CCG as Director

08-March-2005
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OMS Mumbai Head Srikant Raman to join GroupM CCG as Director

Srikant Raman, currently with OMS, Mumbai is joining GroupM’s Consumer Connect Group as Director, CCG, Mumbai this week. Raman has worked in advertising and media for over 13 years.

Ashutosh Srivastava, Group M Head, South Asia states, “We are happy to have Srikant on board our CCG team in GroupM. We are sure that with his vast experience in communications planning across such a variety of product and consumer categories, he will be a key contributor to our strategic planning function.”

Raman was Business Director in OMS, Mumbai from mid 2004. In OMS, he was overseeing the media operations for Reliance Businesses, HPCL, LIC, Air India and Zenith computers. Prior to that he has been a key member of the IOC AOR at Starcom and the Asian Paints media business at Carat.

After a Masters in Management Studies from Mumbai University, he joined Enterprise Nexus Equity where he worked for 4 years. Subsequently he has been with Mudra, Carat and Starcom before joining OMS.

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