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R Venkatasubramanian joins MPG as Senior Director, Investments

16-November-2010
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R Venkatasubramanian joins MPG as Senior Director, Investments

R Venkatasubramanian has been roped in as Senior Director, Investments, at MPG. In this role, Venkatasubramanian will handle the buying requirements for clients like Hyundai, MTS, Kohler, VLCC, M3M, Radico Khaitan and many more. His last stint was as a Client Leader at Maxus for about 6-8 months.

Venkatasubramanian has 18 years’ experience in the media domain, having worked on a spectrum of brands like Adidas, Parker, Visa, and Maruti across agencies like Media Direction and Lintas Media Group.

Commenting on Venkatasubramanian’s appointment, Mohit Joshi, Executive Director – North, MPG, said, “We are very happy to have Venkat with us. He brings with him years of media experience across categories as well as automobile domain expertise. He will further strengthen the already strong buying function of MPG.”

Anita Nayyar, CEO, Havas Media India and South Asia, added here, “Our constant endeavour is to hire good quality people with expertise in their domain, and Venkat fits the bill beautifully.”

 

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