Post Office Studios Appoints Kanchan Parikh as Executive Producer
From the release:
Mumbai, September 2019: Award-winning animation and new media technology company, Post Office Studios, has strengthened its production capabilities with the appointment of Kanchan Parikh as the company’s Executive Producer.
Bringing with her nearly a decade of industry experience, Kanchan will be instrumental in expanding Post Office’s offerings in the new media space, and help scale business by furthering the efficiencies within the company.
Prior to joining Post Office Studios, Kanchan was a Producer at Viacom 18 Media Pvt. Ltd., where she was responsible for creating campaigns for television shows on Comedy Central and VH1; with her work being the recipient of several Promax awards. In the past, she has also worked as Post Producer at Only Much Louder, as well as in content creation for Cartoon Network and POGO TV, while at the Hong Kong and India offices of Turner Broadcasting.
Speaking on the appointment, Aditya Tawde, Head, Post Office Studios said, “We are excited to have Kanchan as part of our family. Having worked with multinational production houses in the past, her expertise will help us scale and bring in operational efficiencies within our company. Her role will also help us drive sales and fulfill the diverse video content needs of our clientele, since Post Office Studios is now entering new avenues of work, specifically in the CG, AR and VR spaces.
With nearly a decade of industry experience and a passion for innovation, we are certain that she will be a great value add, helping us continue to create path-breaking video content within India, as well as globally.”
On joining Post Office Studios, Kanchan Parikh said “It feels wonderful to be a part of Post Office Studios! To be working with a team that is constantly innovating and pushing its limits to create clutter-breaking design driven content is very exciting. I am really looking forward to creating some amazing content and to bring our collective creative vision to life.”