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Times OOH appoints Hemant Shah as EVP and Head of Revenue

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Times OOH appoints Hemant Shah as EVP and Head of Revenue

Times Innovative Media Ltd (TIML) has appointed Hemanth Shah as Executive Vice President and Head of Revenue for Times Out Of Home (Times OOH). The move is aimed at further strengthening the leadership team at Times OOH. In this new role, Shah would be based at TIML’s corporate office in Delhi and would be reporting to Sunder Hemrajani, Managing Director, Times OOH.

Hemrajani, said, “We are delighted at the expansion of our team – both in terms of business and people. Under Hemanth’s leadership, we are confident that Times OOH will witness exponential growth. We look forward to working with Hemanth and are confident that we will gain from his expertise and in-depth understanding of the outdoor media space.”

Commenting on his appointment, Shah said, “I am pleased to join Times OOH, an innovative company that focuses on potential maximisation of the Indian OOH advertising industry. I am excited about the new challenges and responsibilities and look forward to adding value in terms of strategy.”

Shah has over 17 years’ experience with companies such as Pantaloon Knowledge Group, Hansa Research, Madison Outdoor, Mudra, Chitralekha, Tata Press, IMRB and Alban Communications (London). He joins Times OOH from the media business of Future Group, where he was Chief Operating Officer. In addition to his professional career, Shah is also one of the faculty members at the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai and Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad.


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