Harrish M Bhatia bags Indy's Radio Personality of the Year Award

Harrish M Bhatia, COO, 94.3 MY FM has won the “Radio Personality of the Year Award” at the recently held 3rd Indy’s Awards function held in Hotel Taj Lands End, Mumbai. The Indy’s Awards recognize outstanding performances in the field of communication. Mr. Bhatia was also chairing a session at the Global Youth Marketing Forum.

Mr. Bhatia’s keen understanding of the Radio medium & the Market and his commitment towards the industry has earned him much recognition within a very short span of time after taking over as the Charge of MY FM. He has been the driving force behind the launch of MY FM 17 station network & has been spearheading innovations in the Radio Product. An active and vocal member of the radio fraternity, Mr. Bhatia has been writing guest articles for various publications. Mr. Bhatia is currently the VP – Northern Region with AROI.

Before this, he was with the Bhaskar group as VP – Sales and Marketing. Mr. Bhatia is an old hand at The Bhaskar Group. He has the credit of launching Divya Bhaskar in Gujarat in 2003 to himself. Since 2005, he had been in Mumbai as Vice President – Sales and Marketing for South and West. During his tenure at Mumbai, the business showed tremendous growth.

Prior to joining Bhaskar, he was the National Product Head at the Korean Multinational LG Electronics in India. He was also responsible for the launch of LG Door Cooling Refrigerators in India and prior to that, he has worked with brands like Onida & Aristocrat Luggage.

Expressing his gratitude on receiving the award, Mr. Harrish M Bhatia commented “I’m delighted to accept this award and I hope that I continue to contribute to the medium of radio which is so close to my heart. At MY FM it is our constant endeavour to innovate and evolve with our listeners and that has been the mantra of our success. I’m also glad to be a part of this forum, which has been instrumental in bringing together the communication industry and has given a wonderful platform for meaningful discussions.”

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