Campaign India Team
Feb 21, 2012

Tushar Dhingra joins Mogae Media

This moves follows Pavan Chandra’s recent move to Sandeep Goyal’s newly formed agency

Tushar Dhingra joins Mogae Media

Tushar Dhingra has joined Mogae Media as chief delights officer. Prior to joining Mogae, Dhingra was with Big Cinemas, where he was the chief operating officer. Dhingra will look after the entire discounts-deals-delights space at Mogae and will be based out of Delhi.

Commenting on Dhingra’s appointment, Tanya Goyal, executive director, Mogae Media said, “Tushar has had 16 years of enriching and action packed experience in retail, hospitality,media and entertainment industries. He is just the right kind of person to lead our new initiative in mobile-commerce. Tushar is treading virgin territory but with his kind of background, forging alliances, finding delightful deals and great-value propositions for customers should be easy.”

On his move to Mogae, Dhingra said, “ Mobile is the new frontier for consumer delight 24X7 and the coming in of location based services will only enhance both the targeting, as well as the ‘instanity’ of the value-proposition for our consumers. I am looking forward to pioneering this new space at Mogae.”

Other than Big Cinemas, Dhingra has also worked with PVR Cinemas, Warner Bros, Taj Hotels and ITC Hotels  at various capacities.


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