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Noomi Mehta becomes 1st to represent India @ FEPE International Board

01, December, 2016

Bureau, New Delhi

Representative of India's one of the oldest existing OOH company, Noomi Mehta becomes the face of Indian OOH on a worldwide platform.

An OOH Veteran, Noomi Mehta has been elected to the board of International Out of Home association FEPE International. He is the first representative from India's vibrant out of home industry to sit on the FEPE board. FEPE International (established in 1959) is the only global Out of Home Association, working to promote and improve the OOH industry on behalf of our members. Board members include JCDecaux, Clear Channel, Exterion, Ströer, OUTFRONT Media from the US and oOh!Media from Australia.

Mehta is currently chairman of Selvel One Group, a group of companies owning and managing the largest share of out of home advertising in India.

Looking at his previous achievements, in a long and distinguished career, he has negotiated the first private equity placement in an out of home company in India, via Citicorp Finance, founded Laser Advertising, a joint venture with MMT USA, and pioneered large format digital printing for what is now MMT (India) Pvt.

He is also the Director and Joint Owner of Professional Management Group, India's first sports management company founded by Sumedh Shah and cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar.

Matthew DeardenMatthew Dearden, President, FEPE says, "We're delighted to welcome Noomi to the FEPE International board, for his own entrepreneurial abilities and also as a representative of one of the fastest growing and most important out of home industries worldwide."

"FEPE International is now a truly global organisation and I'm delighted to be able to bring an increased Asian perspective to the important work FEPE is doing developing and marketing the industry worldwide", shares Noomi.

Tags :  Noomi Mehta FEPE International Indian OOH International OOH Selvel One Group Matthew Dearden

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