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Vishal Chinchankar moves to MindShare Interaction Singapore

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Vishal Chinchankar moves to MindShare Interaction Singapore

Vishal Chinchankar, Business Director with MindShare Interaction, is moving to MindShare Interaction Singapore, where he will be looking after digital business for the agency’s Singapore office. He moves to his new role in early November.

Commenting on his new assignment, Chinchankar said, “It’s been a great learning experience to work on international online markets. I appreciate the scope and support from my team at MindShare / GroupM and look forward to successfully handling new challenges in the future.”

Chinchankar was with MindShare Interaction team for the last two years and has nearly nine years of experience in media sales and online advertising. During his stint with MindShare India, he has worked on the international business of ICICI Bank, successfully managing the online advertising for the bank’s foray into the UK, Canada and recently into Russia.

Tushar Vyas, National Director, GroupM Interaction, said, “Offering global career path to deserving candidates has been always on card and I am glad about Vishal’s new assignment.”

MindShare Interaction is a digital media investment management company that promises their clients unprecedented return on their media investment based on a thorough, integrated and innovative planning process. It has the most comprehensive worldwide digital network, having over 250 people in 43 offices in 34 countries.


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