Campaign India Team
Dec 19, 2012

Sabyasachi Ghosh joins Delhi Press as advertising sales director

The development follows the appointment of V Natarajan as vice president - brand marketing and strategy

Sabyasachi Ghosh joins Delhi Press as advertising sales director

 

  

Sabyasachi Ghosh has joined Delhi Press as the advertising sales director. In his new role, he will be leading the advertising sales function across the group publications comprising of 32 magazines in nine languages, including titles Grihshobha, The Caravan, Woman’s Era, Champak, Sarita and Saras Salil.

Ghosh moves after a four-year stint at ABP Group, where he led advertising sales for ABP and Telegraph, and then later the magazines division. Prior to that, he spent close to 17 years with GroupM in various roles, spanning both domestic and international markets. He started his marketing career in The Times of India in Kolkata in 1988.


  

The development follows the appointment of V Natarajan as vice president - brand marketing and strategy, who now leads the brand management team. Natarajan has spent over two decades in the industry, with stints at The New Indian Express, Business Standard, and the ABP group.

Ghosh and Natarajan will be reporting into Anant Nath, director, Delhi Press.

Source:
Campaign India

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