Campaign India Team
Apr 21, 2022

Ashish Duggal elevated as COO at Chimp&Z

Was VP - growth and operations

Ashish Duggal elevated as COO at Chimp&Z
Chimp&z Inc has announced the elevation of Ashish Duggal as chief operating officer.
 
He was VP - growth and operations. The elevation is effective April 2022. He will continue to report to Angad Singh Manchanda and Lavinn Rajpal. 
 
Manchanda and Rajpal, founders, Chimp&z Inc, said, “Ashish is a thinker with an acute understanding of our client's evolving requirements. He has a track record of harnessing creativity in all its forms to deliver rapid growth and results.  His knowledge and erudition about the ever-changing digital market always came to fruition for the agency. We wish him the best for his new role and hope that he continues to deliver strategic solutions that will uplift Chimp&z Inc.’s success metrics.”
 
Duggal said, “I stepped into Chimp&z Inc at a time when Covid-19 was wreaking havoc across industries. Even in such uncertain situations, the agency managed to deliver remarkable content for its clients, holding the team together. I am truly honored to become the COO of this whip-smart team of storytellers. With a strategic roadmap in place, an exciting time comes ahead. I look forward to contributing to the new wave of growth for Chimp&z Inc in the global market establishing it as a digital powerhouse.” 
 
He had joined the agency in 2020 from Logicserve Digital.
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Campaign India

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