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Sociomantic Labs appoints Benedict Hayes as MD South East Asia and India

12-February-2016
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Sociomantic Labs appoints Benedict Hayes as MD South East Asia and India

Sociomantic Labs has announced the appointment of Benedict Hayes as the new Managing Director for South East Asia and India. In his new role, Hayes will focus on accelerating revenue growth and further expansion of Sociomantic’s operations in the Asia Pacific region.

“Throughout his career, Ben has been a digital evangelist to brands and agencies across the globe, and I am thrilled we can bring on someone with so much knowledge of the full scope of online marketing,” said Gavin Wilson, Chief Revenue Officer of Sociomantic Labs.

Commenting on his new role, Hayes said, “I’m confident that Sociomantic’s vision for growth combined with our local dedicated service teams and innovative, customer-centric technologies will enable us to deliver sustainable value for marketers across the region.”

Hayes, a recognised industry maven, brings with him deep expertise in the digital marketing ecosystem gained from over 15 years of experience in the industry. He joins Sociomantic from iProspect, India’s leading digital performance marketing agency and a part of the Dentsu Aegis network, where he spearheaded digital and technological innovation and provided strategic direction to the agency’s Indian and offshore businesses as its Executive Vice President for nearly five years. 

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