Campaign India Team
May 22, 2019

FCB Ulka appoints Ankit Sharma as AVP - strategic planning

He will be based out of Bengaluru and was previously with McCann

FCB Ulka appoints Ankit Sharma as AVP - strategic planning
FCB Ulka has announced the appointment of Ankit Sharma as its AVP - strategic planning. Ankit will be working closely with Theresa Ronnie who helms the Bengaluru office.
 
Sharma has a decade of experience in brand consulting, analytics and advertising communications. He comes from McCann Worldgroup where he was strategic planning director in Bengaluru. In the past, he has also worked with JWT, Analytics Quotient, DY Works, Samaya TV and TCS. 
 
Theresa Ronnie, SVP and head of Bengaluru, FCB Ulka said, “We were looking for someone who would be able to make a difference to our clients’ business needs and bring a sharp creative focus to the work. We found that person in Ankit. He is a wonderful team player, filled with active curiosity and a hunger to solve tough business problems. We are super thrilled to have him in our team.”
 
Sharma said, “I was looking for a role where I could do more than just planning. I wanted to be an integral part of a system and build it. I saw the same intent in every team member that I spoke to and decided to take this up. I am excited to start this new journey and hope to make good of it.”
 
 
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