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Mindshare appoints Sriram Sharma as Leader – South, Mindshare

24-July-2015
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Mindshare appoints Sriram Sharma as Leader – South, Mindshare

Mindshare, the flagship agency of GroupM has announced the appointment of Sriram Sharma as Leader – South, Mindshare.

In his new role, Sharma will be responsible for all the media and digital mandates for the Mindshare clients in the Southern region. He will be operating out of the Bangalore office and will be directly reporting in to Prasanth Kumar, CEO South Asia, Mindshare.

Sharma brings to Mindshare a rich experience of over 18 years, having worked across multiple industries like advertising, mobile marketing and branding. He has also worked on several blue chip clients like Britannia, TITAN, Samsung, Dell, Sab Miller, Himalaya Drug Co. Currently with MediaCom, Sharma looks after the business in the Bangalore and Chennai office.

Welcoming Sharma, Prasanth Kumar, CEO South Asia said, “We are glad to welcome Sriram into the Mindshare family. His motivation and wealth of experience across industries and markets makes him the right person to assist in driving the growth of the agency. For us, South is a very important market and I am confident he will be able to lead the south division to even greater heights.”

Commenting on his new role, Sriram Sharma said, “Mindshare represents a new journey for me- new skills to acquire, new people to meet and new challenges to deal with. Mindshare has always been a forerunner in innovation and the adaptive marketing world, and I look forward to working with the impressive Mindshare client roster and scaling new peaks in both the digital and traditional media spaces.”

His role will be effective from 1st August 2015.

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