Campaign India Team
Oct 18, 2010

Percept OOH appoints Joseph Ramsey as regional manager

Ramsey will take care of Percept OOH, West

Percept OOH appoints Joseph Ramsey as regional manager

Percept has appointed Joseph Ramsey as the regional manager, West of their outdoor vertical, Percept Out Of Home. In his new role Ramsey will be managing all the outdoor business and their major clients in the Indian outdoor market for Percept OOH. 

Prior to joining Percept OOH, Ramsey was with M/s. Clear Channel Mumbai, where he was vice president, sales. In a career spanning close to 22 years, he was worked with firms like Mid-Day Multimedia, Asian Age, etc and has handled clients such as Nestle, ITC, HSBC, MTNL, Orange and HLL amongst others. 

Commenting on Ramsey's appointment, Sanjay Pareek, president, Percept Out Of Home, said,” With Joseph addition in the outdoor leadership team, the overall outdoor team looks good and hungry to get Percept OOH to the position we have planned in short to medium term and I see us reaching there earlier than the planned.” Rajneesh Bahl, business head, outdoor, Percept Out Of Home, added, “I am happy to have Joseph as a part of my team, known him since last 9 year, we share a common professional vision aligned with the Percept Out Of Home Vision to build a robust and professionally top-class agency. Joseph will be a great asset to us as he brings with him a solid intellectual ability, sound business sense and terrific man-management qualities, which will be very precious for our growth and stature. ”

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