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Prakash Dharmarajan appointed new head of O&M Chennai

01-December-2006
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Prakash Dharmarajan appointed new head of O&M Chennai

O&M Chennai has a new Head in Prakash Dharmarajan. The appointment comes months after Krishna Mohan, who was President of O&M Chennai, took on the role of National Head of Training and Development with O&M India in August 2006. Prior to his new assignment, Dharmarajan was the Branch Head of Orchard, Chennai.

Commenting on the development, Prateek Srivastava, Group President-South, O&M India, said, “Chennai continues to be a key market for O&M and we are committed to making O&M South into a powerhouse of specialists. Prakash joining us is a step in that direction.”

Dharmarajan has over 15 years’ experience in sales, marketing, direct marketing and advertising. He began his career with Ranbaxy. This would be his second stint with O&M, the earlier being with O&M Delhi and Bangalore.

Speaking about his new assignment, Dharmarajan said, “O&M has the distinction of being one of the leading agencies in the country and I am looking forward to carrying forward that image.”

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