Campaign India Team
Dec 09, 2015

BC Web Wise gets Saurabh Bhatnagar to head North

He was business director at Havas Media

BC Web Wise gets Saurabh Bhatnagar to head North
BC Web Wise has announced the appointment of Saurabh Bhatnagar as SVP – sales and operations. He will lead the agency’s North business. Bhatnagar will be based in Delhi and will report to Chaaya Baradhwaaj, founder-MD. He joins the agency from Havas Media where he was business director. This is his second stint at the agency.
 
Baaradhwaaj said, “North is a focus market for us, and we needed someone who understood digital as it is today and had solid experience working with this medium end-to-end. Saurabh has been an out and out BC Web Wise loyalist, and now joins us back with new flavours and learning. I’m confident of his ability to drive our Delhi branch’s growth and transformation into a full-service unit.”
 
Bhatnagar said, “I’m happy and excited to join back at BC Web Wise. It’s always a pleasure to work with a team that is so passionate about everything digital. I look forward to building a stronger presence of the agency in the region and apply my learning to address the evolving digital needs of our clients."
 
He began his career with MediaTurf in 2000 and joined BC Web Wise in 2004. After four years, he moved on to Quasar Media as associate business director, followed by stints at SapientNitro and Dentsu Digital.
Source:
Campaign India

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