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Red Fuse Communications promotes Shubha George as MD, Asia

09-February-2016
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Red Fuse Communications promotes Shubha George as MD, Asia

Red Fuse Communications recently announced the promotion of Shubha George to the role of Managing Director of Asia and CEO of India with immediate effect. In her new role, George will lead the development of integrated marketing communications for Colgate-Palmolive across Asia. She will continue to be based out of Mumbai and will continue to report in to New York-based, Stephen Forcione - Global CEO of Red Fuse Communications.

George’s new remit will be in addition to her current role of CEO India of Red Fuse Communications; a role she assumed in 2013. Prior to joining Red Fuse, she was the CEO at MEC India, where she started working on the Colgate-Palmolive business. She also led the development of digital, sports marketing and content partnerships for the agency. Her career has spanned across Ogilvy, JWT and Mindshare.

Speaking on her appointment, she said, “Working with Colgate-Palmolive and the Red Fuse teams at both Mumbai and Hong Kong has been a truly rewarding experience; and with my new responsibilities, I look forward excitedly to contribute to Colgate-Palmolive’s success in the region by efficiently and creatively cross –pollinating ideas and processes across and between, people and offices.” 

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