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ZO’s VN Satish Nair joins Patrika Group as AVP

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ZO’s VN Satish Nair joins Patrika Group as AVP

VN Satish Nair has joined Patrika Group as AVP at their Delhi office. Prior to this, he was with ZenithOptimedia for five years.

Commenting on Nair’s appointment, Saurabh Bhandari, National Head, Corporate, Patrika Group said, “Satish is a senior member of the industry and enjoys a wide exposure. I am sure his expertise and insights will add new dimensions to Patrika’s exponential growth.”

Nair has 20 years of experience in fields such as print, cinema and radio. He has held various roles in companies such as OMD, Madison, Carat, TBWA, and RK Swamy BBDO, and has handled clients such as Airtel, Honda, Toshiba, Luxur, Reckitt Benckiser, Nestle, Hero Motors, Yamaha, Uninor, Best Foods, Adidas, Max New York Insurance, Bacardi, and VRL logistics, among others.

On his new role, Nair said, “Till now, I have worked in agencies and have interacted with Media Heads and various clients, had some great challenges and have learnt innovative solutions to problems that I faced. Now, I will be on other side of the table. I am looking forward to using my experience to enhance my new responsibilities at Patrika Group.”


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