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Maxus appoints Suraj Nambiar as GM for Maxus Digital (South)

09-February-2016
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Maxus appoints Suraj Nambiar as GM for Maxus Digital (South)

Maxus, the global marketing communications consultancy, has appointed Suraj Nambiar as General Manager, Maxus Digital, South. He will play a dual role of leading the digital business for south and improving the product for all the non-paid digital media services.

Commenting on the new appointment, Vishal Jacob, National Director, Digital, Maxus said, “We have been looking to strengthen our digital presence in the south market and we seem to have found the right person to do so. Suraj moreover, has an impressive track record of working on some of India's most loved brands. We are very excited to have Suraj join us and take our digital services to the next level”

 Commenting on his new role Nambiar said, “I am very excited by the role given to me at Maxus. The agency is well known for being integrated, nimble and fearless! Looking forward to some great times ahead.”

 Nambiar has 15 years of experience in digital that spans across creative, media, social and mobile platforms and has worked with brands like Toyota, Amazon, Puma, Tanishq, 3M, Titan Industries, Mercedes Benz, DHL, Colgate, Nivea, Accenture, Kingfisher, MCI, Samsung, Make My Trip, Yahoo, Sony and Canon.

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