Campaign India Team
Sep 04, 2014

Vserv appoints Pranab Punj as AVP, global marketing

Prior to this he was director of digital media at Viacom18

Vserv appoints Pranab Punj as AVP, global marketing
Vserv, a mobile ad exchange company has appointed Pranab Punj as AVP, global marketing. Punj joins the agency from Viacom18 where he was director of digital media. 
 
Dippak Khurana, CEO and co-founder, Vserv, said, “We are glad to welcome Pranab to the Vserv team at this growth juncture as we scale our business globally. Pranab’s unique experience in dealing with digital brands & products will enable us to accelerate our marketing efforts. In an ever evolving ecosystem as ours, there’s a constant need for all stakeholders to reinvent their mobile strategies and we look forward to make great strides together in empowering them.”
 
Pranab Punj, associate vice president, Global Marketing, Vserv, said, “It brings me great excitement to be a part of a brand like Vserv which has evangelized the mobile ecosystem in Emerging Markets.  Through its marketing efforts, Vserv had provided succinct insights for all stakeholders to unlock the full potential of the mobile medium. In my current capacity, I look forward to augment these efforts further and to newer markets.”
 
In a career spanning 13 years, he has also worked with Turner Broadcasting Systems and Zapak.
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