Campaign India Team
Sep 22, 2023

Ants Digital appoints Anil Sathiraju

Moves from Wavemaker

Ants Digital appoints Anil Sathiraju
Ants Digital has announced the appointment of Anil Sathiraju as vice president - growth initiatives.
 
He moves from Wavemaker, where he spent close to nine years, most recently as head - South entertainment.
 
Sanjay Arora, CEO, Ants Digital, said, "At Ants, we are constantly looking to scale our service offerings for clients. With Anil joining the team, we will surely open a lot of doors to growth. Ants is a fully integrated digital and marketing consulting firm with offices across, Gurugram, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru. We are delighted to welcome Anil on board to head the growth initiatives. Anil comes to Ants with a rich background in the media and entertainment sector, which has been growing at a rapid rate. We are sure to make an impact on our clients and I am excited to welcome him aboard.”
 
Sathiraju said, “It gives me great joy to join the Ants team. It's a new step with completely new challenges and I am really looking forward to an exciting phase. With my last 25 years in advertising, media and entertainment, I am looking forward to doing some exciting and innovative work for our clients.”
 
In a career spanning 25 years, he has also worked with DDB Mudra and Vibrant Media.
Source:
Campaign India

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