Campaign India Team
Feb 25, 2010

Mohit Beotra quits Lowe Lintas

Close on the heels of Arun Iyer and Amer Jaleel being appointed as NCDs at Lowe Lintas, Mohit Beotra, executive director, who is in charge of Delhi operations at Lowe Lintas has put in his papers. Beotra has been with Lowe since the past six years. He will now join Airtel in the marketing department.

Mohit Beotra quits Lowe Lintas

Close on the heels of Arun Iyer and Amer Jaleel being appointed as NCDs at Lowe Lintas, Mohit Beotra, executive director, who is in charge of Delhi operations at Lowe Lintas has put in his papers. Beotra has been with Lowe since the past six years. He will now join Airtel in the marketing department.

In a parallel development, Lowe has appointed Naveen Gaur as executive director- in charge of the Delhi officer. Prior to this, Gaur was chief growth officer and business director at McCann Erickson Worldgroup.

Talking about the new development, R Balki, chairman, Lowe Lintas, said, “We are extremely sorry to see Mohit leave, and would like to thank him for his invaluable contribution to the company. We are delighted to welcome Naveen on board - his entrepreneurial abilities backed by a proven track record of achievements make us confident that he will further our success as part of the leadership team.”

Charles Cadell, CEO, Lowe Lintas said, “The new management team will work closely together to drive a new course for the operations focusing on the quality of our product and our efficiency in the delivery of it.”

 

 

 

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Campaign India

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