Campaign India Team
Aug 05, 2014

Dentsu Aegis Network strengthens trading, ropes in Harsha Joshi

She joins as EVP - group trading, a role covering buying for Carat, Dentsu Media and Vizeum

Dentsu Aegis Network strengthens trading, ropes in Harsha Joshi

Dentsu Aegis Network has announced the appointment of Harsha Joshi as EVP - group trading. She will report to Ashish Bhasin, chairman and CEO - South Asia.

In a statement announcing the appointment, Bhasin said, “The remarkable growth that the Dentsu Aegis Network has had has resulted in our scale growing rapidly. To ensure our clients get the best global practices in the extremely important area of trading, we decided to invest in a very senior resource. After evaluating several candidates, we were delighted to have Harsha join us. She brings with her unparalleled experience in the area of trading and we will use her expertise across the Dentsu Aegis Network.”

Joshi added, “I am truly looking forward to this role. With three strong media agencies, Carat, Vizeum and Dentsu Media in our group, and with so many large local and global clients, I am sure that we will be able to add value to our clients like no other agency can.”

Joshi beings with her 23 years of experience across Mindshare (Fulcrum), Madison Media, Spatial Access Media Solutions and VivaKi Exchange. Her last assignment was with McKinsey, according to the DAN statement.

Also read:

Harsha Joshi appointed COO, VivaKi Exchange

Harsha Joshi joins Spatial Access as CEO

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