Campaign India Team
Jun 17, 2009

Yash Khanna joins CMCG India as president

CMCG India has named Yash Khanna as its president. Khanna was earlier executive vice president with STAR India. He has spent the last 17 years at STAR Network in India. He has worked across corporate communications, corporate affairs, marketing, ad sales and business development functions at STAR India and at Ananda Bazaar Patrika.

Yash Khanna joins CMCG India as president

CMCG India has named Yash Khanna as its president. Khanna was earlier executive vice president with STAR India. He has spent the last 17 years at STAR Network in India. He has worked across corporate communications, corporate affairs, marketing, ad sales and business development functions at STAR India and at Ananda Bazaar Patrika.

Commenting on his new role, Khanna said, “There is so much happening in the corporate communications space. We want to try and make a difference by providing various solutions to clients. PR agencies are offering solutions but there is a lot more that one can do beyond the usual. We will partner with clients and take it further.”

Samir Kale, managing director of CMCG India said, “Yash brings invaluable experience and business understanding to the agency.  I’m sure that under his guidance, CMCG India will be able to grow into a large communications agency offering a variety of services to clients across geographies in India.”

 

 

 

 

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Campaign India

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