Campaign India Team
May 21, 2010

Anjana Sharma joins as VP, Percept Talent Management

Anjana Sharma has been roped in by Percept Talent Management (PTM) as their new vice president. In her new role, Sharma will be in charge of talent acquisition, planning and strategy and providing general and tactical direction for PTM. She joined PTM on the 6th of May, 2010. 

Anjana Sharma joins as VP, Percept Talent Management

Anjana Sharma has been roped in by Percept Talent Management (PTM) as their new vice president. In her new role, Sharma will be in charge of talent acquisition, planning and strategy and providing general and tactical direction for PTM. She joined PTM on the 6th of May, 2010. 

Commenting on her appointment, Anjana Sharma said, "I am delighted to come aboard PTM, India’s premier Talent Management Company. With over 20 years of experience across categories and strong relationships with various Talents across the country, I look forward to taking the Talent Management business to the next level at PTM. The current challenges faced in this highly competitive sector call for a great deal of innovation and value-for-money offerings which make this an extremely challenging and exciting opportunity."
 
Shailendra Singh, joint managing director, Percept Limited, "Anjana has diverse experience and profuse exposure to the arena of strategic marketing, communications and brand and talent management across multiple sectors. We are confident that Percept Talent Management will grow exponentially with her strategic inputs and able guidance."
 
Sharma has experience in the luxury, lifestyle and SMB space, and was a part of the launch of Starcom’s first ever sectoral vertical consulting unit – ‘C’, targeted at lifestyle marketing and communications. She also helped in setting up the operations of P9 Integrated (a Percept Group Company) and providing business direction for the branded entertainment business arm of Percept.

 

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