ABP Network has announced promotions within its ‘Sales Leadership Team’, imparting additional responsibilities to its leaders in order to keep up with the ever-evolving dynamics of the market and foster innovation within the organisation.
Amitosh Pal has been elevated to National Sales Head, ABP Ananda. Along with driving sales for the Bengali channel, he will continue to assume the role of Regional Director, East Zone. Parul Kamra has been elevated to National Sales Head, ABP Ganga. From here, she will continue to assume the role of Regional Director, North Zone, while driving sales for ABP Ganga. Rakesh Kumar has been elevated to National Sales Head, Government. In his new role, he will be responsible for all government-related business across Broadcast and Digital. Amit Kumar Singh, who handles Digital Sales, Government, will directly report to him.
All three members within the sales leadership team will continue to report to Munish Atrey, who will further report to Mona Jain, Chief Revenue Officer, ABP Network.
A veteran media professional, Jain comes with a track record of nearly 30 years in media marketing and promotions. She has made valuable contributions to the organisation since she joined in 2019.
The network has affirmed that while overcoming the initial uncertainty and tumultuousness of the Covid-19 crisis, the company has successfully maintained business continuity.
ABP Network has prioritised its employees’ best interests and yet the course of business action remains on track for the company as it was before the pandemic.
Jain said, “2020-21 was full of unpredictability and unsurmountable challenges as far as business goes but despite all the odds – ABP Network’s Sales Leadership Team performed and delivered targets consistently. The Sales team has been instrumental in driving steady growth for the network. Their strong capabilities coupled with their dedication to help the organisation reach its business and financial goals led to this well-earned promotion. We are confident that ABP Network will continue to grow manifolds in the near future.”