Campaign India Team
Apr 07, 2009

Mudra Connext hires Sandeep Goel as VP, branch head

Mudra Connext Delhi has appointed Sandeep Goel (pictured) as vice president and branch head. Prior to this appointment, Goel was vice president at the Indian Cricket League (ICL), where he handled sponsorships.Speaking about the appointment, Manas Mishra, executive vice president and country head, Mudra Connext said,  "I am quite confident Sandeep will add a lot of value to all our clients in Delhi across traditional and non-traditional media and will also help us win a lot of new business, even in a year when the economy has slowed down.”

Mudra Connext hires Sandeep Goel as VP, branch head

Mudra Connext Delhi has appointed Sandeep Goel (pictured) as vice president and branch head. Prior to this appointment, Goel was vice president at the Indian Cricket League (ICL), where he handled sponsorships.

Speaking about the appointment, Manas Mishra, executive vice president and country head, Mudra Connext said,  "I am quite confident Sandeep will add a lot of value to all our clients in Delhi across traditional and non-traditional media and will also help us win a lot of new business, even in a year when the economy has slowed down.”

Commenting on his new role, Goel said “The Mudra vision is outstanding in the marketplace and the exploration with Connext will be fun and the most interesting time of my professional journey."

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Campaign India

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