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May 16, 2017

MEC ropes in Ravi Sekhar as chief digital officer

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MEC ropes in Ravi Sekhar as chief digital officer
MEC India has announced the appointment of Ravi Sekhar KV as chief digital officer. Sekhar will be based in Mumbai and report to T Gangadhar, managing director, MEC South Asia.
Gangadhar said, "From my conversations with him, I find Ravi to be an exciting combination of passion, exuberance and expertise. Given his strong background, I have no doubt he will help scale our digital service even further. I am looking forward to working (and learning) from him.”
Ravi Sekhar KV said, "The industry is witnessing exciting growth. Both, traditional and online companies are acknowledging the impact of data and digital marketing on their business. This is a fantastic opportunity for us to build the relevant technology stacks. Given the scale at which MEC operates, I look forward to collaborating with our teams in India and across the global network”.
He recently founded, an artificial-intelligence-powered product discovery engine. He has also worked with eBay, CavinKare and Nokia.
In a recent development, MEC's digital head Vishal Chinchankar joined Madison Media as chief digital officer
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