Campaign India Team
Jul 25, 2011

Dnyanada Chaudhari heads to Madison Media as COO of new unit

Chaudhari moves in from ZenithOptimedia, where she served as managing director, West and South

Dnyanada Chaudhari heads to Madison Media as COO of new unit

Madison Media has announced the appointment of Dnyanada Chaudhari as chief operating officer of a new unit of Madison Media based in Mumbai to be formed shortly. Chaudhari moves in from ZenithOptimedia, where she served as managing director, West and South. 

Commenting on the appointment, Punitha Arumugam, group chief executive officer, Madison Media said, “Dnyanada is definitely going to be a great asset for us. Her experience spanning agency and client media functions is hopefully going to bring a holistic perspective to our services.”

On her move to Madison, Chaudhari added, “I have worked closely with Punitha during my stint at Marico and Sam on many industry related issues. I am happy to be part of the Madison family and it is a privilege to be groomed under their leadership. I am looking forward to offering my experience to drive disruptive thinking, leverage scale and best practices for our clients.”

Chaudhari has 15 years of experience in media, working with media agencies like Lodestar and ZenithOptimedia and on the advertiser side, driving the media mandate for advertisers like Hindustan Unilever, Marico and ICICI Prulife. 
 

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Campaign India

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