Campaign India Team
Mar 28, 2023

Diphaa Nair moves to Dept

Was with Adobe

Diphaa Nair moves to Dept
Dept has announced the appointment of Diphaa Nair as director - strategic alliances, APAC.
 
Nair moves from Adobe India, where she was head of partners for South Asia. The appointment follows the agency's recent acquisition of Tekno Point, an Adobe DX (digital experience) specialist firm. 
 
Nair will be based in Melbourne and report to Vishnu Mohan, partner and chief growth officer, Dept APAC, and Evan Davey, founding partner of Two Bulls/Dept. 
 
Mohan said, "Diphaa is joining the team at exactly the right time as we're growing the APAC region and its full-service offering. With over two decades of experience in digital technologies, customer experience and business transformation, her expertise will support building a holistic approach to provide the tools businesses need to deliver pioneering digital solutions."
 
Nair said, “I am happy to join Dept with its pioneering spirit and boutique culture. Both Two Bulls/Dept and Tekno Point/Dept have exciting, cutting-edge offerings with great potential in the industry. I look forward to working with Vishnu, James, Evan and the Tekno Point/Dept leadership team to manage their strategic alliance proposition in APAC.”
 
Nair has also worked with CA Technologies and MphasiS (an HP company).
Source:
Campaign India

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