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R Chandrasekar headed to a banking & financial services institution as marketing head; quits Airtel

12-February-2010
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R Chandrasekar headed to a banking & financial services institution as marketing head; quits Airtel

After a stint of three years, R Chandrasekar has moved on from Bharti Airtel as Senior Vice President and Head of Brand and Media. It is understood that Chandrasekar is moving to a banking and financial services institution to head its marketing. Even as official comments were not available at the time of filing the report, sources familiar with the development have confirmed the same to exchange4media.

In his role as SVP & Head of Brand and Media, Chandrasekar has led many brand initiatives for Airtel that included the Barrier Breaking campaign, the campaigns featuring actors R Madhavan and Vidya Balan, Toy Phone. Chandrasekar was also involved with the Airtel Digital TV launch campaign, the campaign for Airtel’s Sri Lanka foray and the broadband campaign, amongst others.

Chandrasekar brings 13 years of experience, of which he spent seven years with Britannia and three with Marico, besides his stint with Airtel.

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