Campaign India Team
May 26, 2017

Indigo Consulting appoints Sumitra Sarkar as VP – client services and strategy

Moves from iContract where she was AVP

Indigo Consulting appoints Sumitra Sarkar as VP – client services and strategy
Indigo Consulting has announced the appointment of Sumitra Sarkar as vice president – client services and strategy. Sarkar moves from iContract where she was AVP.
 
She will be based in Mumbai and report to Rajesh Ghatge, CEO, Indigo Consulting.
 
Ghatge said, “There is some tremendous momentum that we have gathered over the past few months on the back of some large client wins. We invest significantly in our client relationships and it starts with our business leaders who have the experience, skill and temperament to manage and grow these relationships. The business leaders become partners to our clients getting completely immersed in their businesses. Sumitra has an impressive track record, and we are thrilled to have her in our team. The brief to her is to ‘make a difference’.”
 
Sarkar said, “I'm excited to be part of Indigo Consulting. Their data and brand-led approach to digital communication is very differentiated from what I have seen in other agencies. They have been producing some awesome work on the back of this approach. Having had significant exposure in both mainline and digital, Indigo Consulting seems the place for me to leverage this integrated experience. I am looking forward to leading some very large brands like Google, Danone and Bharti AXA, and to drive their growth on digital.”
 
In a career spanning 13 years she has also worked with Dentsu, Grey, Publicis and Network Advertising. 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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