Campaign India Team
Jan 07, 2021

Havas Group announces elevations

Lahiri appointed as president - North at Havas Creative; Venkatasubramanian takes charge as president and national head investments, while Mohan is president - North and West at Havas Media

Havas Group announces elevations
Havas Group India has announced elevations across its senior management at Havas Media and Havas Creative.
 
Uday Mohan, managing partner - North and West, Havas Media has been elevated as president, North and West. He joined the agency 13 years ago. 
 
R Venkatasubramanian, national head buying, Havas Media, has been elevated as president and national head investments. He re-joined the group two years ago. 
 
Manas Lahiri, managing partner - North, Havas Creative, has been elevated to president, North. He too joined the agency two years ago. 
 
Uday and R Venkat will continue to report to Mohit Joshi, CEO, Havas Media Group India. Lahiri will continue to report to Rana Barua, group CEO, Havas Group India.  
 
Rana Barua, group CEO, Havas Group India said “ I am excited to announce well deserved key elevations from our Havas Group senior leadership team, that will further accelerate growth and enhance the value proposition of our organisation and take the agency to greater heights. 2020 has been a challenging yet a very satisfactory year for the agency in terms of clients, revenue, awards, and fame. I look forward to Uday, Manas and Venkat to soar higher and take us to even greater achievements, and targets.”
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