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iProspect India strengthens leadership team, appoints Divya Ajitkumar as AVP – Client Servicing

31-August-2016
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iProspect India strengthens leadership team, appoints Divya Ajitkumar as AVP – Client Servicing

iProspect India, the digital performance agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, has announced the appointment of Divya Ajitkumar as Associate Vice President – Client Services. Kumar, a digital marketing veteran, comes with a decade-long work experience. She will strategically complement iProspect’s aggressive growth plans as she takes on the lead responsibility of servicing the company’s clients in the Indian market.

Vivek Bhargava, CEO, iProspect India said, “We gladly welcome Divya to the iProspect team, especially at a crucial juncture wherein we look at accelerating the company’s growth. We are positive that Divya’s unique experience and global exposure will help us explore new digital marketing avenues in an efficient manner, such that it benefits the brand and the company alike. We look forward to expanding our business revenues and bagging more awards in the coming year.”

Commenting on her appointment, Kumar said, “I’m thrilled to be a part of the energetic iProspect team and one of the leading digital performance agencies in the country today. Client servicing as a profile is extremely close to my heart and I believe my experience will help contribute to the company’s efforts. I’m positive there’s a lot of great work coming up. The Indian market is not an easy one, but I’m up for the challenge and keen to embrace everything it has to offer!”

Kumar started her career in digital media in New York and further utilized her curiosity and zeal to succeed in exploring the vast world of digital media. Working across different geographies and verticals throughout her career, her fortes include campaign management, activation, consulting and strategy. Having experienced different work cultures and ethics across the USA and Europe, Kumar understands different market segments and has in-depth knowledge in strategising and pitching. She has shouldered several roles at the Starcom Mediavest Group and worked closely with several top brands including Samsung, Coca-Cola, Walmart, Europcar, Flybe, Aer Lingus, Avon, Honda, CineWorld and RIM.

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