Campaign India Team
Jan 17, 2023

Harsh Shah joins Wunderman Thompson

Moves from Dentsu Creative

Harsh Shah joins Wunderman Thompson
Wunderman Thompson has announced the appointment of Harsh Shah as chief digital officer, South Asia. 
Shah moves from Dentsu Creative, where he was president - West. He led operations, revenue, people and culture for Dentsu Webchutney, and regional business for the rest of Dentsu Creative. 
He will be responsible for Wunderman Thompson's digital across the group and will be working with all of its agencies across creative, communication, tech, health and commerce.
He will report to Shamsuddin Jasani, chief executive officer, Wunderman Thompson South Asia.
Jasani said, “We are delighted to welcome Harsh to the Wunderman Thompson family. He brings in a wealth of experience across digital, technology and commerce. Our work at Wunderman Thompson harnesses the power of creative, technology, and commerce to drive unprecedented growth for some of the world’s biggest brands. We are glad to have Harsh onboard at a critical juncture when we are keenly looking at offering end-to-end capabilities to our clients at scale.”
Shah said, “I am deeply excited by the vision drawn up at WT and my specific charter as a key growth partner. I look forward to drive this vision and unlock growth with my highly experienced and talented peers at the agency. In the ever-evolving social and economic fabric of the world, it is essential to look at culture and consumer demand as an important ongoing thread in what we do. Leading Digital at WT makes this journey especially thrilling for me.”
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