Campaign India Team
Nov 24, 2017

Cyrus Jogina joins Weber Shandwick as head of operations

Moves from Eulogy Media

Cyrus Jogina joins Weber Shandwick as head of operations
Weber Shandwick has announced the appointment of Cyrus Jogina as head of operations. Jogina was director at Eulogy Media, India prior.
 
He will be based in Gurugram and his his role will focus on building ideation platforms, client engagement and strengthening processes.
 
Valerie Pinto, CEO, Weber Shandwick India, said, "It’s an exciting time for us in India and we couldn’t welcome Cyrus into the Weber Shandwick family at a better time. We continue to be committed to evolving our agency offering to solve a multitude of client challenges and are well on track to becoming one of the most creative and engaging firms in the country. Cyrus has an impressive track record of inspiring high performance people, teams and client programs.”
 
Jogina said, “Weber Shandwick has been pushing boundaries creatively within India and I couldn’t be more excited to work alongside this talented group. I look forward to harnessing the creativity of the team to create dynamic and inspirational campaigns that innovatively express our clients’ communication objectives.” 
 
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Campaign India

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