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Mindshare appoints Maneesheel Gautam as Digital Leader, South East Asia

23-May-2016
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Mindshare appoints Maneesheel Gautam as Digital Leader, South East Asia

Asia Pacific - Mindshare, the global media agency network, that is part of WPP, has appointed Maneesheel Gautam to the role of Digital Leader of South East Asia. 

 A true home-grown talent of Mindshare, Maneesheel has over 16 years of multi-function media experience across disciplines and countries.

 As Digital Leader of Mindshare South East Asia, Maneesheel will focus on strengthening FAST (Future Adaptive Specialist Team), Mindshare’s unique service offering aimed at building sector-specific solutions for marketers to drive marketing and media actions using real-time insights. He is also responsible for the growth of the Agency’s performance business in South East Asia.

 In his new role, Maneesheel will report to Himanshu Shekhar, CEO of Mindshare South East Asia, and work closely with the Mindshare Asia Pacific team.

 Commenting on his appointment, Shekhar said, “Maneesheel is respected by clients, teams, and media partners alike. Being named Planner of the Year by Campaign Asia Pacific, he played a key role in driving Mindshare and our clients’ digital ambition in the market. His great work not only won industry awards for the agency, but also helped grow Indonesia’s digital sector overall. I have no doubt that he will achieve even more in his new role.”

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