Vizeum India has announced the appointment of Subhas Warrier as Vice President, South India. As Vizeum prepares itself for an aggressive growth strategy in South India, Warrier will play a vital role in the agency’s future growth plans. He will be based in Chennai and will report to S Yesudas, Managing Director Indian Sub-Continent, Vizeum.
Confirming Warrier’s appointment, S Yesudas said “Vizeum has consolidated Chennai well and is at an interesting juncture in its journey as we look at spreading our wings in more markets in the region. We just announced our Kochi launch (Vizeum enters Kerala; inks strategic pact with Kerala Publicity Bureau).Subhas brings on board all that’s needed for our South India strategy.”
Warrier has held various positions during his over 20 years in media in agencies such as JWT, Ogilvy & Mather, MindShare, Eye-2-Eye Media and Dentsu. He was last leading the South India team at Initiative and was based in Bangalore.
On joining Vizeum, Warrier said, “What attracted me to Vizeum is the inspiring leadership, the determination with which the company has been built from scratch as well as the faith of clients. What I see of Vizeum from the inside simply amazes me. I would passionately take it to as many clients as possible as I feel every advertiser needs to be exposed to the Vizeum way of thinking. I look forward to partnering Yesu (S Yesudas) and the leadership team in taking Vizeum to the next level.”
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