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Aug 04, 2021

Digitas India hires Suraj Nambiar as senior vice president and West head

Joins from Tonic Worldwide

Digitas India hires Suraj Nambiar as senior vice president and West head
Digitas India has brought in Suraj Nambiar as senior vice president and West head. He joins from Tonic Worldwide where he was the managing partner and co-founder of PosterChild. At Digitas, he will report to chief operating officer Sonia Khurana.
Khurana said, “We're delighted to have Suraj join us as head of our Mumbai office. In a platform world, multiple disciplines like technology, data, creative and media come together to deliver customer experiences and solve business challenges. All our assignments now are in these areas. Suraj’s rich experience in media, digital and communications plus his entrepreneurial streak is what we need to continue to raise the bar.”
Added Nambiar, “We are living in a truly connected world and I am excited to be part of Digitas given its deep expertise and focus on technology and communications in creating digital experiences. In these last few days, I have been working with a very talented team across different disciplines and I am looking forward to create some amazing work together.”
Apart from Tonic Worldwide, Nambiar has also worked at agencies such as Maxus, Interactive Avenues, and Mindshare. 
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