Campaign India Team
Mar 03, 2016

Dentsu Webchutney promotes Tanvi Jain as Delhi branch head

Jain was VP at Dentsu Digital; takes over from Glen Ireland, CEO Dentsu Digital and COO Dentsu Webchutney

Dentsu Webchutney promotes Tanvi Jain as Delhi branch head
Dentsu Webchutney, a part of the Dentsu Aegis Network, has announced the promotion of Tanvi Jain as SVP and branch head of its Delhi operations. She was vice president at Dentsu Digital prior.
She replaces Glen Ireland as head of Delhi operations. Ireland was CEO, Dentsu Digital and COO, Dentsu Webchutney.
Jain will continue to report to Sidharth Rao, chief executive officer and co-founder, Dentsu Webchutney, informed an agency statement.
Rao said, “Tanvi is one of the finest talents that we currently have on board. I have previously worked with Tanvi in the early years of Dentsu Webchutney and I am extremely glad to have her back. Delhi is our largest office and we are looking forward to scaling new heights in 2016 under Tanvi’s leadership.”
Tanvi added, “As part of the Dentsu Aegis Network with almost 700 digital professionals, we have the opportunity to reshape the digital industry and partner our clients in their transformational journey across the new digital native consumer landscape. I am honoured to lead the Dentsu Webchutney brand in Delhi which has over 100 people and some of the best clients in the business.”
Jain, who is in her second stint at Webchutney, started off in event management in 2003. She has also worked with Isobar and Sapient Nitro.
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