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Ovez Khan joins Glo as Group Vice President

By VJ Media Bureau - March 04, 2013

Khan plans to develop strong teams in all disciplines, meeting current business objectives and hopes to make Glo a top contender in the 360-degree OOH service space.

Ovez Khan, former Group Vice-President, Realm Media has been appointed as Group Vice President at Glo out-of-home arm of Lodestar UM-Greenline. The move will help the out of home (OOH) specialist to expand in experiential business, and retail cluster for providing innovative, cost-effective and accountable solutions. In his previous position, Khan handled activation, retail, OOH media, digital advertising accounts and new business acquisition. Commenting on his new responsibility, Khan says, "I look forward to consolidate more clients and provide them with integrated brand and business solutions. I am sure this year you will see some great innovations along with new touch and feel solutions which will change the operational methods of our industry and bring a better interactive edge to the brand engineering space this will also help our agency to scale up new heights

Khan brings with him more than 16 years of experience in OOH & Ambient Advertising, BTL Marketing, Sales, Brand Management & Acquisitions. He will now be responsible for establishing associates and core team; will also play an integral role in growing the Pan India Operations for Glo. Additionally, he will be responsible for national business development for OOH, Retail, and Below the Line Solutions. Discussing the new appointment, Raminder Singh, MD, Glo, says, "With Khan, we have a seasoned outdoor professional with experience in the Pan India market.His methodism and professionalism will surely help us deliver superior OOH planning solutions to our clients. 

Along with strengthening the OOH team in the West and South.” Glo manages OOH for large global brands such as Coca-Cola, Tata Motors, Microsoft, MasterCard, HCL, Omron, Amul, Piramal Healthcare, Lee Cooper, Mercedes Benz and many Indian blue chip companies such as DLF, Future Group, Jaypee and Radico Khaitan.

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