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Preethi Sanjeevi made Client Solutions Director at VML Qais

Preethi Sanjeevi made Client Solutions Director at VML Qais

Author | exchange4media News Service | Saturday, Aug 18,2012 8:22 PM

Preethi Sanjeevi made Client Solutions Director at VML Qais

Preethi Sanjeevi has been promoted to regional Client Solutions Director at VML Qais. This was announced by CEO Tripti Lochan.

In this newly-created role, Sanjeevi will lead the Business Team across Asia Pacific, as VML Qais rapidly expands in the region. She is responsible for both client growth and acquisition across Asian markets.

Headquartered in Singapore, VML Qais recently opened its India operation and announced its first major client in Indonesia, forming a strong digital backbone for Y&R Asia.

Sanjeevi has spent the last decade working in the marketing communications industry. Her experience combines both traditional advertising and online marketing across India and SEA markets. In an entrepreneurial capacity, she has worked in the field of entertainment marketing.

During her six years with VML Qais, most recently as Business Director, Sanjeevi has led end-to-end digital consulting for clients, including Changi Airport, Banyan Tree Resorts, Ministry of Defence, Dell, Revlon and Estee Lauder.

Commenting on the promotion, Tripti Lochan said, “Preethi has done a phenomenal job this past year – energising, leading, and inspiring the people around her. This promotion is very well-deserved and we wish her continued success in her new role.”

“I’m very much relishing the challenge of my new role at such exciting times for VML Qais, and the digital environment as a whole,” added Sanjeevi. “It’s such an invigorating and energetic environment, demonstrated by how much we’ve grown already this year, both client-wise and geographically, I look forward to being an integral part of the next phase of growth.”

VML Qais’ parent network VML recently won seven Cannes Lions 2012 overall, six of which for its work on Mobile Medic for the Australian Defence Force.

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