The recently rebranded Havas Media India has appointed Abhishek Jain as Senior Vice President Investments, Havas Media India. He will head buying for the west, with the buying and operations team reporting in to him.
Prior to joining Havas Media, he was with Lintas Media Group, managing buying for Maruti and Sony.
Commenting on the appointment, Anita Nayyar, CEO, Havas Media Group India and South Asia said, “We already have an established presence in the West with cross-industry clients and are looking to further expand our footprint. Abhishek’s talent will bring additional, innovative and value offerings to our clients and the region.”
“Abhishek joins us with a rich experience of over 13 + years which spans across media planning and buying, having worked on several key businesses and categories. He has a strong understanding of his mandate and we are glad to have him in the Havas family,” said Mohit Joshi, Managing Director, Havas Media India.
“Abhishek’s skill will go a long way in delivering a better client experience,” added Kunal Jamuar, Executive Director, West, Havas Media India, who he will be reporting in to.
“It gives me great pleasure to come back home to Havas Media after 2.5 years. Anita Nayyar and Mohit Joshi have always been an inspiration, a great team of business mind and strategy. Havas is the fastest growing media agency now, who values both its clients and its people and I am happy to be a part of it,” said Jain.
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