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Prakash Dharmarajan puts in his papers as President, O&M Chennai

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Prakash Dharmarajan puts in his papers as President, O&M Chennai

Prakash Dharmarajan, President, O&M Chennai, has called it a day at the organisation. Dharmarajan, who had joined O&M from Orchard Chennai in December 2006, has been heading the agency’s Chennai operations for more than three years.

Dharmarajan has confirmed his movement to exchange4media and said that he was not joining anywhere. “I am starting something on my own, which has got nothing to do with advertising,” he added.

Dharmarajan is currently serving his notice period and will be with the organisation till the end of July. It was not known who was going to replace him at O&M Chennai at the time of filing this report.

Dharmarajan has over 18 years’ experience in sales, marketing, direct marketing and advertising. He began his career with Ranbaxy after completing his PGDM from IIM, Ahmedabad. In his earlier assignments, he had worked with EID Parry and McCann Erickson, among others.


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