News: Happydemic appoints ex Viacom 18 Chief of Staff as new COO

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Happydemic appoints ex Viacom 18 Chief of Staff as new COO

Happydemic was founded by Radhika Mukherji and Amar Pandit, Managing Director of My Financial Advisor and Happyness Factory.
Happydemic appoints ex Viacom 18 Chief of Staff as new COO

Live music company Happydemic has appointed Narayan Ranjan as Chief Operating Officer. The former CFO and Chief of Staff at Viacom18, Ranjan is a veteran in the media and entertainment industry, with over two decades of experience in the field. 

Happydemic was founded by Radhika Mukherji and Amar Pandit, Managing Director of My Financial Advisor and Happyness Factory.

Commenting on his appointment the co-founders said, "We are super excited to have Ranjan on board with us in the senior leadership role as we are all set to scale our business. We focused on proving the power of our business model in the first three years and have done so with meaningful numbers. This year we will break even with 130 corporates, 1800 artists, solid delivery capabilities, phenomenal suite of products and solutions and a Pan-India reach. Scale is now our mantra and we strongly believe that Ranjan will help us get there much faster and efficiently."

Commenting on his new innings with Happydemic, Ranjan said, “Given my experience in setting up and quickly scaling up consumer-facing organisations with strong focus on technology- enabled solutions, I intend to work with Radhika and Amar to take Happydemic to great heights.”

Narayan Ranjan is a senior media industry veteran with more than twenty years of experience. He has worked with companies such as Star India and Shriram Assets Management. Before joining Happydemic, he was working with Viacom 18 as Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff. 

 

Topics: #Appointments, C-Suite

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