Campaign India Team
Mar 17, 2020

GroupM's Suku Murti joins DViO Digital

Murti will be part of the advisory board at the agency

GroupM's Suku Murti joins DViO Digital
DViO Digital has announced the appointment of Suku Murti to the agency's advisory board. 
 
Murti will be providing counsel to grow the agency, specifically across sports, entertainment and media industries. He was previously managing partner at GroupM ESP. 
 
Sowmya Iyer, founder and CEO, DViO Digital, said, “We are delighted to have Suku on board with us especially during a time where our company is significantly growing. We are at an inflection point where we constantly endeavour to reimagine and innovate our value proposition to our clients and I am confident that his extensive experience in media, entertainment and sports over the years would be instrumental in this journey as we grow in that sector.”
 
Murti said, “I have been observing and informally interacting with Sowmya and her talented pool of young digital professionals over the past two years. I was deeply impressed by the unbounded energy, the creative and tech capabilities, an efficient client service delivery mechanism with Pune as the hub and all this in a very short period which has helped them establish themselves as a formidable next generation marketing service provider."
 
 
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