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Digital Law & Kenneth ropes in Allwyn D’Souza as AVP

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Digital Law & Kenneth ropes in Allwyn D’Souza as AVP

Digital Law & Kenneth has appointed Allwyn D’Souza as Associate Vice President – Client Services & Head of Mumbai operations. D’Souza will be reporting to Anil Nair, CEO and Managing Partner, Digital Law & Kenneth.

With more than 14 years of experience in advertising, marketing, sales and events, D’Souza comes to the digital agency from MRM Worldwide, the digital, direct and CRM arm of the McCann Worldgroup.

Commenting on D’Souza’s appointment, Anil Nair told exchange4media, “Allwyn D’Souza joins us at a very important phase of our organisation’s growth phase. He brings in immense experience on one-on-one marketing and digital brand building across many blue chip clients. His primary mandate will be to create winning digital case studies for our brands, lead digital strategy and to head the Mumbai operations.”

When asked about his career plans at Digital Law & Kenneth, D’Souza replied, “The reason I joined Digital Law & Kenneth is because it came across to me as a very vibrant and young agency. This is a place where dreams come true; and I am sure the work that we are doing and the young team that we have will propel us to one of the top three digital agencies in India.”

D’Souza’s diverse portfolio consists of clients from across industry, which includes Airtel, UTI Mutual Funds, DSP Merrill Lynch , Regus, UK-based Avanta and CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), Disney, Tetrapak , Zicom, Carrier , Systime, and Aricent, to name a few.

Digital Law & Kenneth has major clients like HCC, Lavassa, Formula One Force India, Renault, Parle Products, ICICI Bank, JP Morgan and Unitech, among others in its kitty.

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