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Digital ad agency Propaganda India appoints Gowri Shankar as Director of Operations

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Digital ad agency Propaganda India appoints Gowri Shankar as Director of Operations

Bangalore headquartered specialist digital ad agency Propaganda India has roped in Gowri Shankar as its Director- Operations. In the past, he has worked on brands such as Cricinfo, Citibank across India, Australia, Singapore and EMEA, Airtel and IBM.

Gowri Shankar has built and led an in-house team of techies, creative, social media and media with a focus on innovation, collaboration and engaged with cross-functional and cross-cultural teams to develop new experiences.

Priya Jayaraman, Co-Founder, Propaganda India said, “Gowri is a passionate digital marketer with a portfolio of online marketing programs across sectors from early start-ups to established enterprises mostly on the agency side. We are confident that our growing set of clients will benefit from Gowri’s expertise in digital strategy, digital asset monetization, ecommerce and ecommerce marketing.”

Propaganda India’s service offerings include branding, advertising, social media and research for brands looking to take their business into new media.

Propaganda India has a customer base in the Financial Services, Healthcare and e-commerce that includes HDFC Life, Max Life Insurance, Motherhood Hospitals, Amazon India, and


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