Campaign India Team
Oct 18, 2017

Isobar appoints Suraj Nagappa to head Bengaluru office

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Isobar appoints Suraj Nagappa to head Bengaluru office
Isobar India has announced the appointment of Suraj Nagappa as VP to head the agency's business for South India. Nagappa will be based from the Bengaluru office.
 
He joins the agency's leadership team which consists of Gopa Kumar (executive VP), Shekhar Mhaskar (VP), Anish Varghese (NCD) and Shamsuddin Jasani (MD).
 
Jasani said, “Suraj is a veteran of the digital industry and I am happy to welcome him to the isobar family. With a team of over 70 people in Bangalore and Chennai we needed a person who could take the team forward to greater heights and clearly cement our place as the leading full service agency for the digital age.”
 
Nagappa said, “I am delighted to be a part of the Isobar family. I look forward to collaborating with Shams and his team to work on future ready agency for our clients.  Digital technologies are transforming all the aspects of business at clients end. I am looking forward to help and build Isobar for the future where digital and mobile are at the heart of strategy.”
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