Campaign India Team
Apr 04, 2018

FoxyMoron ropes in Soham Bhagnari to lead Mumbai operations

Moves from iProspect

FoxyMoron ropes in Soham Bhagnari to lead Mumbai operations
FoxyMoron has announced the appointment of Soham Bhagnari as head of its Mumbai office. He moves from iProspect, where he was leading business development as AVP.
Suveer Bajaj, co-founder, FoxyMoron, said, “Given the trajectory that FoxyMoron has taken recently, the addition of senior leadership helps cement the stance taken in consolidating the many big wins the agency has recently seen. Over his extensive stints with entrepreneurship, racking some big agency experience, working in emerging and global markets, Soham has an in-depth understanding of the quickly evolving digital landscape, which gives us a strong hold in the agency's growth both with client partners and with the lateral growth that falls in line with our community development focus.”
Bhagnari said, “I feel FoxyMoron has the perfect environment for nurturing ideas and producing unique work. The culture itself is refreshing and revitalising. I expect great things from the teams as well as brand here and am excited to guide both to their best.”
 In a career spanning 12 years he has also worked with Clique Communication Group, Mindshare, PHD and Wunderman. 
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