Campaign India Team
Apr 06, 2010

STAR’s Kaushal Dalal joins Aidem Ventures

Aidem Ventures has appointed Kaushal Dalal (pictured) as executive vice president to head the company's business development and strategy. Dalal will also hold additional responsibility to oversee the company's finance, legal and investments. Raj Nayak, MD, Aidem ventures said on his appointment, "Kaushal brings with him an abundance of solid talent and experience. He has a strong record of success defining strategy and implementing vision in the broadcast industry.

STAR’s Kaushal Dalal joins Aidem Ventures
Aidem Ventures has appointed Kaushal Dalal (pictured) as executive vice president to head the company's business development and strategy. Dalal will also hold additional responsibility to oversee the company's finance, legal and investments.
 
Raj Nayak, MD, Aidem ventures said on his appointment, "Kaushal brings with him an abundance of solid talent and experience. He has a strong record of success defining strategy and implementing vision in the broadcast industry. I have had the opportunity to work alongside Kaushal during my stint at STAR TV and besides being a colleague he has also been a good friend. It’s a privilege for me  to have him join a start-up and be a part of our vision."
 
Talking to Campaign India, Dalal said, "I am excited to partner with Raj and his team to create Aidem Ventures and to develop it into a trusted and more integrated media services company. We already have a great team of motivated people that command a great trust with our clients and I am happy to be working alongside this team to grow the business and to offer value based services to our clients."
 
In the past, Dalal has worked with STAR TV for over nine years where as the head of business development, he was involved in all new business projects and transactions for India. He was also responsible for several businesses which he made profitable, including the International Channels Business and Allied Revenues and he also started the mobile/wireless business for STAR in India and one of the first in the country. He has worked on corporate strategy, headed the ad sales strategy and was also the project leader for developing a number of regional language channels for STAR in India. 

 

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Campaign India

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