Campaign India Team
Mar 28, 2022

Harsh Shah elevated as managing partner at Dentsu Webchutney


Harsh Shah elevated as managing partner at Dentsu Webchutney
Dentsu Webchutney has announced the elevation of Harsh Shah as managing partner. Shah was executive vice president. 
He will report to Sidharth Rao, CEO, dentsuMB Group. Shah joined the agency in 2010 as account manager.
Rao said, “Harsh has risen through the ranks over the decade that he has spent at Dentsu Webchutney. He is a testament to the agency's unique history of consistent homegrown leadership. I have no doubt that he is the right choice to unlock Webchutney's exciting new phase of growth, as a key part of the wider Dentsu Creative brand. With his proven record of growing people, businesses, and culture at the agency, Harsh is poised to accelerate our creative and business ambitions.”
Shah added, “After spending 14 years in this industry and a decade of that with Dentsu Webchutney, I can say that I have witnessed what this industry is truly capable of. I am now ready to pioneer the future for it in partnership with all the talented minds at Webchutney. The ever-evolving creative and digital landscape is a playground of possibilities and I am excited to transition into my new role and be at the forefront of it all. We are going to double down on our success, hereon.”
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