Campaign India Team
Jan 17, 2022

Havas Media Group elevates Uday Mohan as president and chief client officer

Mohan was president and head – North and West India

Havas Media Group elevates Uday Mohan as president and chief client officer
Havas Media Group India has announced the elevation of Uday Mohan as president and chief client officer. 
 
The move is effective immediately. Mohan has spent 14 years with the agency and was most recently president and head - North and West India. He will continue to report to Mohit Joshi, CEO, Havas Media Group India.
 
Rana Barua, group CEO, Havas Group India, said, “We have been consolidating the senior leadership teams of each of our agencies. Going forward, these leaders will not only drive our business growth but will further fortify our vision of integration, enhance our reputation, and help secure greater milestones and accomplishments. Uday’s experience and client partnerships make him the apt leader to drive this for HMG India with Mohit’s vision.”
 
Joshi said, “I have completed 15 years with Havas Media Group India, while Uday has spent 14 years. Uday is a friend, partner and key to the resurgence of the Media Group in the last few years. He has been working closely with me and the leadership team to turn around Gurugram operations into one of the largest in India; and in scaling up the Mumbai operations by forging strong client relationships, wins with marquee clients such as Tata Motors CVBU, TVS Tyres, ACC and Ambuja Cement among others. I look forward to his continued support and leadership”.
 
Mohan said, “I have spent a long innings with HMG India and witnessed the agency go through several transformations. However, the innovations, integration and collaborations in the past three years have been unprecedented and put us in the top league in the country. I thank the group for empowering me with newer challenges and look forward to working with the leadership team, many wonderful clients and colleagues, launching newer expertise, to consolidate our strengths further."
 
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Campaign India