Campaign India Team
Aug 10, 2010

Breaking news: S. Yesudas inducted into Vizeum Media board

S Yesudas, MD, Indian Subcontinent, Vizeum Media (pictured) has been inducted into Vizeum India’s board as director.

Breaking news: S. Yesudas inducted into Vizeum Media board

S Yesudas, MD, Indian Subcontinent, Vizeum Media (pictured) has been inducted into Vizeum India’s board as director.

Confirming the appointment, Ashish Bhasin, chairman India and CEO South East Asia, who also chairs the Vizeum India board, said, “Yesu has done a fantastic job in creating brand Vizeum in India within a year, from scratch. Managing to win clients and then turn each of them as ambassadors is a remarkable achievement for Vizeum. Their focus on the clients’ business no doubt has brought them to this paradigm. The board membership for Yesu is a fitting tribute to his undying spirit. I wish him success.”

Commenting on the appointment, Yesudas said, “I’m pleased with this recognition. I know we have a lot more to achieve and am actually aware of the responsibilities on my shoulders. I take this opportunity to thank the Aegis Media management for considering me worthy of creating the Vizeum brand, all our clients for their faith in us, my team members for their selfless contributions without which we could never have achieved so much and media partners for their unconditional support.”

 

 

 

 

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Campaign India

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