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Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific appoints Karan Bajaj as senior VP of South Asia

Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific appoints Karan Bajaj as senior VP of South Asia

India Blooms News Service | 29 Jul 2016, 02:46 am
Mumbai, July 28 (IBNS): In a bid to drive aggressive growth and expand its existing asset base, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific has appointed Karan Bajaj as Senior Vice President and General Manager of South Asia with effect from October 17, 2016.
Bajaj will focus on re-formulating Discovery’s product suite in line with accelerating demand for regional and digital offerings. He will also be responsible for executing on the company’s stated ambition to step outside of its current category leadership to build broader flagship brands and actively seek out inorganic growth opportunities.
 
Bajaj will be based in Mumbai and report to Arthur Bastings, President and Managing Director of Discovery Networks Asia Pacific.  
 
Commenting on the appointment, Bastings said, “India has quickly become one of Discovery’s top-priority global markets. These are exciting times as we strategically step up our investments to take advantage of very dynamic growth in both TV and digital. Karan brings that rare combination of creative flair, a strong instinct for the Indian millennial zeitgeist and a cutting-edge leadership style. His proven track record of scaling businesses and brands speaks for itself.”

Bajaj brings over 15 years of brand management and digital strategy experience across Asia and North America. 
 
Bajaj was most recently with baby specialist Aden and Anais in New York where he spearheaded marketing, design and advertising as Chief Marketing Officer, specializing in digital approaches. Prior to that, he was in a variety of senior strategy and brand leadership roles with Kraft, Boston Consulting Group and Procter & Gamble.  
 
He was named a Top 40 Under 40 US Executive by Advertising Age in 2008.

Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific appoints Karan Bajaj as senior VP of South Asia

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