Campaign India Team
May 11, 2012

Komli Media makes senior management appointments

The digital media solutions company has appointed Rajesh Ghonasgi as chief financial officer and Anjali Shrivastava as global head of HR

Komli Media makes senior management appointments

Digital media solutions company Komli Media has announced the appointment of two executives to its leadership team. Anjali Shrivastava has joined as the vice president and global head of HR and Rajesh Ghonasgi as the chief financial officer.

Shrivastava will be responsible for the company's people and culture-related initiatives globally, including recruiting, talent development and training. Ghonasgi will oversee Komli’s financial operations including corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions. He will also lead and expand the company’s engagement with the investor community, said an official statement from the company.

“Given the strong pace of growth and expansion our business is experiencing, we wanted to significantly strengthen two key disciplines: HR and Finance,” said Prashant Mehta, chief executive officer, Komli Media.

Ghonasgi brings to Komli over two decades of experience in technology companies including Persistent Systems, Hexaware Technologies and Wipro.

Shrivastava has spent over 18 years in HR and talent strategy, business planning, training and development. She is credited with helping build teams at Dominos and McDonalds, and is a former country talent head at Ogilvy & Mather India.

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