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Rohit Ohri exits from Dentsu

27-July-2015
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Rohit Ohri exits from Dentsu

Rohit Ohri has put in his resignation at Dentsu Aegis Network after a four-year stint. As per an official statement shared by the company, “Rohit Ohri, CEO, Dentsu Asia Pacific (ex-Japan), has resigned after four years at the company. He has made a great contribution and we thank him for that. New leadership of Dentsu brands in Asia Pacific will be announced in due course. In June, Dentsu Aegis Network announced the geographic expansion of Rohit Ohri’s role. Having previously led Dentsu in India and Asia Pacific South, Ohri was appointed CEO Dentsu Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) covering all markets in the region outside of Dentsu’s home territory.”

After 21 years at JWT, Ohri joined Dentsu in 2011 as Executive Chairman.

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