Bindu Nair Maitra
Jan 04, 2011

Aidem Ventures brings M Suku on board as executive vice president

Aidem Ventures has brought Reliance's M. Suku on board as executive vice president.

Aidem Ventures brings M Suku on board as executive vice president

Aidem Ventures today announced the appointment of  M. Suku as executive vice president. 

Suku is an industry veteran with over 25 years of experience in business development, contract negotiaton and strategic planning, buying and media assessment.  He has worked with companies like Lintas, Colgate, JWT, Ogilvy, Unilever (Secondment) ABCL, Eenadu & Group M.  At Group M, as National Director, he set up Broadmind (Now GroupM ESP) from scratch into a significant contribution of entrepreneurs, revenues, profits & awards.  

"We are extremely excited about Suku’s appointment. At Aidem he will be a part of the core Management team. His extensive knowledge and experience in the industry will strengthen Aidem’s business expansion strategy” said Raj Nayak, Managing Director, Aidem ventures, adding, "This appointment continues Aidem’s drive to provide its clients with experienced industry personal to support their projects." 

Prior to this appointment M. Suku  was with The Reliance ADA Group, where he was the head of Media & Alliances. 

“I am delighted to be a part of this exciting organization filled with high energy entrepreneurs “ said Suku, adding, "I have joined Aidem at an exciting time when it is still in its growth phase and look forward working with the team to expand and implement the company’s growth plans."  

Source:
Campaign India

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