Campaign India Team
Jan 14, 2009

Komli Media appoints Prashant Mehta as COO

Komli Media has appointed Prashant Mehta as its chief operating officer (COO). Mehta will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of Komli Media's overall business operations including sales, product development, engineering, marketing and business development.

Komli Media appoints Prashant Mehta as COO

Komli Media has appointed Prashant Mehta as its chief operating officer (COO). Mehta will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of Komli Media's overall business operations including sales, product development, engineering, marketing and business development.

Mehta comes from Yahoo! Inc., where he was working since the last eight years. He quit as vice president and head of monetization for Yahoo!'s emerging markets group which included India, South East Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Eastern Europe. Prior to Yahoo!, Mehta has worked at Lehman Brothers and JP Morgan Chase.

Mehta said, "The Indian online ad network space is evolving rapidly and with its rich targeting capabilities and scale, has tremendous potential. I am delighted to join Komli because of its incredible lineup of innovative products and technologies and the opportunity to work with a talented team."

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