Kinetic India announces change in key leadership roles

Kinetic India, a leading out-of-home advertising agency announces change in senior management of the company. Raju Markandeya is elevated as COO – Kinetic India from the current role of Head –Trading and Buying which will now be taken care by Rachana Lokhande, a recent appointment.  For last 7 years in Kinetic, Raju has handled the Finance and Trading function and brings with him a rare combination of a deep understanding of finance and processes and a keen knowledge of the nitty gritty of the OOH business. In this new role, all the Department heads will report into Raju M. 

Speaking on his new role, Mr. Raju Markandeya mentioned, “I am excited about the new role. I got full support during my tenure of excellent team at Kinetic India.   Kinetic India is like a big family and enjoyed working during the last 6+ years.  Kinetic being the leading agency believes in transparent way of managing the business and add the value to the client spends.  We are aiming to set higher standards for the industry under the dynamic leadership of Suresh Balakrishna. I take this opportunity to thank all our media partners who extended full support to Kinetic”

Adil Khan takes over as Head, North Region. Adil Khan has been with Kinetic for 9 years and showcases a wealth of knowledge and great client relationships in Delhi Market. In his new role Adil will be overseeing all the North Markets except for UP.

Commenting on same, Adil Khan said, “So far the journey with Kinetic has been commendable and with this new role I look forward to strengthen the team and region even more under the leadership and guidance of Suresh Balakrishna”

Adding to above, Mr. Suresh Balakrishna expressed, “Both Raju and Adil have been pillars of Kinetic over the last few years. These are extremely well deserved elevations for both of them, and I am sure that Kinetic will grow from strength to strength under their leadership”


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