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Webchutney appoints Vibha Gosher as VP for Mumbai operations

29-October-2008
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Webchutney appoints Vibha Gosher as VP for Mumbai operations

Digital agency Webchutney has appointed Vibha Gosher as Vice President for Mumbai operations. Gosher was previously with Yahoo! India, where she was National Sales Producer.

On Gosher’s appointment, Sidharth Rao, CEO, Webchutney, said, “We are thrilled to have a digital veteran like Vibha join us to help accelerate the growth of our Mumbai operations. Vibha’s instinctive creative and strategy skills will help sharpen Webchutney’s commitment towards our top customers, her past experience clearly outlines her ability to thrive and succeed in every form of digital media, including content and advergaming.”

On her new role, Gosher said, “I have watched Webchutney’s fast growth over the years and I am impressed by its unique full service model that is focussed on digital strategy and solutions for traditional brands. The next move had to be a challenging assignment like Webchutney, where I need to use all my experience till date to drive the business full throttle.”

Gosher has spent over 10 years in the digital industry, delivering digital solutions for some of the biggest brands in the country. She began her career with O&M. She had earlier worked with Channel [v], online branded contesting and advergaming firm Contests2win, before joining Yahoo! India, where she had spent four years and led the brand solutions team.

A digital solutions agency with a demonstrated commitment to innovation, Webchutney works with industry leaders such as Microsoft, HP, Airtel, P&G, Kingfisher Airlines, and Bacardi Martini to help them drive their digital strategy and connect with customers.

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