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Big FM appoints Dheeraj Goel & Rahul Saini, promotes Divya singh as national sales head

MUMBAI: Big FM has strengthened its core leadership team as it enters a new financial year, triggering a fresh era of growth for the company.

Continuing her stint with Big FM, Divya Singh has been elevated from her previous position and will take charge as the national sales head for key vertical, which includes auto, consumer durables and telecom sectors respectively.

Dheeraj Goel, with over 19 years of experience in regional sales, marketing, and operations joins Big FM as regional business head, north and Rajasthan.

Rahul Saini, having over 14 years of work experience with the ability to formulate and implement regional level business strategies, has joined Big FM as the regional business -- head west. The new appointees will drive new strategic initiatives as part of their respective new roles in the organisation.

Divya Singh is known for driving excellent revenue in highly competitive markets. She is a creative and business savvy sales professional with over 17 years of intensive experience in Radio, Television and Print Media industry. She says, “Big FM is home for me and it is truly gratifying to have been promoted to my new role at the organisation. I hope to contribute towards my new journey in the organisation by managing the sales, and also by discovering various innovative ways in generating revenue, which will help to fuel the growth of the company.

Dheeraj Goel with over two decades of work experience in the marketing and sales domain, will manage and look after the sales and marketing of the assigned areas, and bring excellent customer service to the table. On the other hand, Rahul Saini with his fruitful stints at marquee organizations such as Pidilite, Pepsico and Marico among others has a wholesome experience of over 14 years in the sales domain, which will further help the organisation thrive in terms of sales and revenue along with brilliant customer service.

Dheeraj, on his new role at Big FM, says “I look forward to this opportunity given to me at BIG FM as it would enable me to tap into my fullest potential. At BIG FM, my aim is to utilize the skills effectively and drive key business initiatives in the North & Rajasthan region.”

On his new appointment Saini commented saying, “Having been passionate about the media industry, I feel elated to join the Big FM family, and I look forward to add more value to the firm with my abilities in managing large scale business operations with a high operational complexity.”

Commenting on the same,Big FM CEO Tarun Katial said, “I warmly welcome Dheeraj and Rahul to the BIG FM family, and congratulate Divya on her new role. I am confident that the new developments will effectively bolster our core sales leadership team, and fuel our growth story in the new financial year.”

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