Campaign India Team
Aug 27, 2008

Mediacom hires Anita Mukherjee for Bangalore ops

MediaCom India has named Anita Mukherjee (pictured) as the head of its Bangalore office. Mukherjee, who moves from Lintas Media Group where she was handling the ITC Foods business, will report to Divya Gururaj, managing director, MediaCom "We recently won the Dell and Deccan Cargo accounts in Bangalore," said Gururaj." Anita has the exciting challenge of setting up the Bangalore office for MediaCom and then growing it with more new business." 

Mediacom hires Anita Mukherjee for Bangalore ops

MediaCom India has named Anita Mukherjee (pictured) as the head of its Bangalore office. Mukherjee, who moves from Lintas Media Group where she was handling the ITC Foods business, will report to Divya Gururaj, managing director, MediaCom "We recently won the Dell and Deccan Cargo accounts in Bangalore," said Gururaj." Anita has the exciting challenge of setting up the Bangalore office for MediaCom and then growing it with more new business." 

MediaCom is also in the process of setting its digital arm, MediaCom Interactions, in India and has named Latish Nair as its head. "Latish will work with our global teams to bring our 'ahead-of-the-curve' tools/applications/research/leanings in the digital arena and apply them for our clients here." Nair comes with more than 12 years of experience in digital media, his last stint being with Publicitas Media . He has also worked with Timesjobs.com at Indiatimes.com previously.
 

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Campaign India

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