Magnum Intergrafiks chairman Sudhir Ghate no more


Team Udayavani, Oct 22, 2021, 2:12 PM IST

Mangaluru: Local BJP leader and Magnum Intergrafiks chairman Sudhir Ghate died due to illness here on Friday October 22. He was 64.

The advertising agency, with its headoffice in Mangaluru, was started with a meager capital of Rs 10,000 in the year 1992 and within a span of 15 years, it emerged among the top advertising agencies of the country due to the business acumen of Sudhir Ghate.

Sudhir’s father, late Prabhakar Ghate was the brain behind setting up Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, the trade union wing of BJP.

His mortal remains will be kept for public viewing at his residence on MG Road, Kodialbail at 3 pm on Friday.

 

 

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