Campaign India Team
Aug 09, 2022

Indigo Consulting's Rajesh Ghatge joins Wondrlab as CEO of technology vertical

Ghatge was CEO at Indigo Consulting and PubHub, and also chief growth officer at Publicis Groupe

Indigo Consulting's Rajesh Ghatge joins Wondrlab as CEO of technology vertical
Wondrlab has announced the launch of Wondrlab Technologies through which it aims to help clients succeed in the digital landscape. 
 
Rajesh Ghatge, former CEO, Indigo Consulting and PubHub, chief growth officer, Publicis Groupe, has been appointed as CEO of Wondrlab Technologies.
 
Since launching in 2020, Wondrlab has acquired WYP, Opportune and Neon, as it aims to deliver creative, content and media solutions for clients. Through Wondrlab Technologies, Wondrlab wants to build a new age technology, design, and analytics solution stack to deliver transformation solutions globally.
 
Saurabh Varma, founder and CEO, Wondrlab India, said, “We are creating an interconnected and powered system comprising content, community, data, media and technology in a manner that has never been attempted before. Most agencies and technology companies struggle to integrate fragmented capabilities when addressing client asks. Our client centric and platform-first approach – builds a bespoke and multidimensional ecosystem that delivers outcomes at the speed of business demands for individual clients. At Wondrlab Technologies, we are on a path to building martech and digital business transformation technologies that are ahead of the curve. Previously, Rajesh has partnered with me in building scalable technologies to deliver innovative and transformative solutions on client mandates across markets. To build out Wondrlab Technologies globally, Rajesh will be leveraging his ability to scale diverse capabilities and teams, while weaving them together to create tremendous value for clients.” 
 
Ghatge said, "I have always believed that the litmus test for any successful implementation of technology or tools – is when it is invisible. The biggest pain that companies experience is the burden of choosing the right technology, making it actually work, evangelising adoption across its constituencies, and finally driving results. The pain is further aggravated by the increasing frequency of technology obsolescence. With a goal of relieving our clients of this challenge, we are stringing together a solution stack across design, data, and technology in an outcome-driven ecosystem. Our endeavor will be fueled by acquiring a range of complementing technology, and digital experience companies. Wondrlab’s commitment to help clients thrive in an ever-changing digital universe, makes it the right place for me.” 
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