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MediaCom Appoints Debraj Tripathy As COO

He joins MediaCom on 3 Jan 2011 and will be based in New Delhi.

Hitesh Ranot | Delhi | January 3, 2011

MediaCom has appointed Debraj Tripathy as Chief Operating Officer for India, charged with leading development across MediaCom’s offices in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi & Mumbai.

An electronics engineer & alumni of IIM Calcutta, Debraj has extensive media experience having previously worked with Ogilvy, MindShare Fulcrum & as General Manager of Maxus Delhi. During this time, Debraj has managed clients like Unilver, IBM, Nokia, Perfetti, Hero Honda, Dabur, Seagram, Asian Paints etc. In his last role, he was heading the Mobile Marketing SBU at OnMobile, India’s largest VAS company.

He joins MediaCom on 3 Jan 2011 and will be based in New Delhi.

In line with MediaCom’s global growth strategy, Debraj’s brief will be to work with the network to ensure clients in India benefit from gold standard products, tools and services, using best practice from other markets to further strengthen the agency's performance.

Additionally, as part of MediaCom’s People First programme, he will continue to grow the company’s talent pool, encouraging a nurturing environment where MediaCom plays an active role in identifying and employing the most talented and motivated staff in the industry.

"I am delighted to be part of the MediaCom family. MediaCom is one of the fastest growing media agencies both in India as well as in APAC and it I am excited with the challenge of keeping the growth momentum going" says Debraj.

“Debraj is brilliant, committed & a great team-player. His experience in media,

especially mobile , digital & analytics will be especially useful in scaling

MediaCom’s offerings in this area. We are looking forward to having him on the

team to take MediaCom to the next level‚ÄĚ says Divya Gururaj, Managing Director

for MediaCom India.

Hitesh@BestMediaInfo.com

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