Campaign India Team
May 26, 2021

Ashish Kotekar joins The Q as head of ad sales for West and South India

Moves from Zee Network

Ashish Kotekar joins The Q as head of ad sales for West and South India
The Q has appointed Ashish Kotekar as the head of ad sales for west and south regions. Kotekar will be responsible for driving sales in the respective regions and aiding the company’s overall growth.
He will join with immediate effect and report to Simran Hoon, CEO, The Q.
Kotekar moves from the Zee Network, where he was Zonal Head for the West and South regions across Zee Live, Zee Café and Living Foodz. 
Hoon said, “We welcome Ashish to The Q India family. Ashish brings in extensive knowledge and experience across both mature and emerging clients. He will lead The Q’s growth in the Western and Southern markets. We are certain that with Ashish’s understanding and experience, we will be able to further deepen The Q’s presence and help the channel grow in these markets.”
Kotekar said, “I am excited to embark on this journey with The Q. The company has already had an exciting growth story in India with it’s differentiated content approach within a short span. I look forward to working with the team as well as to building new partnerships, to help scale the company to newer heights.”
He comes with two decades of sales experience in the media and entertainment industry and has previously worked with Ten Sports, Star India, Turner, Reliance Broadcast Network and Sony Entertainment Television in various positions. 


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