Campaign India Team
Aug 23, 2016

Priya Choudhury to head P&G mandate at MediaCom

Srinivas Rao moves from Maxus to take over national buying role

Choudhury will now lead the P&G business for MediaCom India
Choudhury will now lead the P&G business for MediaCom India
 
MediaCom India has announced the appointment of national buying head Priya Choudhury as the lead on its P&G business.
 
In January this year, the company had announced the promotion of Avinash Pillai, managing partner for Team P&G at Mediacom India, as regional director for India (South Asia), Middle East and Africa on P&G. 
 
K Srinivas Rao joins MediaCom from Maxus to take over the national buying role from Choudhury. At Maxus, he headed trading for North.
 
Both will report to Rathi Gangappa, COO, MediaCom India.
 
Debraj Tripathy, MD, MediaCom India, said, “I am delighted to see Priya grow from her current role and have Srini on board. I am confident both of them will shine in their new roles.”
 
Choudhury added, “it’s a pleasure and privilege to be working with a prestigious portfolio such as P&G’s. My three-year stint as the buying lead at Mediacom has been very rewarding and I hope to continue the excitement as the P&G AoR lead.”
 
Rao said, “Mediacom is known for its people-centric culture. I’m looking forward to being part of this wonderful team of people and clients and taking the buying products to the next level.”
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Campaign India

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