Campaign India Team
Dec 28, 2021

DB Corp elevates Rahul Namjoshi as CEO of MyFM

Was COO of the radio division

DB Corp elevates Rahul Namjoshi as CEO of MyFM
DB Corp has announced the promotion of Rahul Namjoshi as CEO of its radio division, MyFM. 
Namjoshi updated his LinkedIn profile to reflect this role and took over as CEO in October 2021. 
Prior to this elevation, he was the chief operating officer of MyFM. 
His promotion was confirmed by Harrish M Bhatia, president (media/entertainment and consumer durables), DB Corp, on a LinkedIn post.
Bhatia said, "Dreams do come true. Yes, I am happy to share that one of my dreams came true a few days back. Rahul Namjoshi is promoted as CEO of MyFM. I am so happy to see the progress that Rahul has made. When I took over in 2007 I had Rahul in my team, and I remember sometime around 2012-13 in one of the meetings I had expressed my desire that it is my dream that one of our team members take over from me when I move on instead of a new person coming from outside. Finally, this dream has come true. It’s very important for any organisation which has a great culture, growing, good processes and systems in place that somebody from within the system should take over to take it forward. Congratulations Rahul for your achievement. God bless and keep growing." 
Namjoshi started his career with MyFm in 2007 as regional head for the radio divisions Gujarat market. 
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