Campaign India Team
Nov 27, 2019

Arunima Singh joins Social Beat as EVP - growth

Moves from Wunderman Thompson

Singh has also worked with Adfactors PR, L&K Saatchi and Saatchi and Mirum
Singh has also worked with Adfactors PR, L&K Saatchi and Saatchi and Mirum
Social Beat has announced the appointment of Arunima Singh as EVP - growth. Singh will be based in Mumbai. 
 
She moves from Wunderman Thompson where she was business director.
 
Singh said, “Joining Social Beat, a young and agile agency, beautifully nurtured with a class apart culture and an apt environment where creativity is nurtured and nourished, is indeed a challenging platform for widening my portfolio in digital advertising. It is said that when a drop of waterfalls in the pool, it has no value, whereas if the same drop of waterfalls on a lotus leaf, it can shine like a pearl and a diamond. I am excited and looking forward to working with Social Beat and contributing to taking it to the next level with my team.”
 
Vikas Chawla, co-founder, Social Beat, said, “We are ecstatic to have Arunima on board as an EVP in Mumbai. We look forward to working together towards realising our 10X vision to being the no.1 independent digital agency in India. With her immense experience in mainline and digital, she will be a great addition to the team and our journey.”  
 
Singh has also worked with Adfactors PR, L&K Saatchi and Saatchi and Mirum on the agency side.
 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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