Campaign India Team
Nov 07, 2023

Kedar Teny moves to Publicis Groupe

Was CEO at Lowe Lintas

Kedar Teny moves to Publicis Groupe
Publicis Groupe India has announced the appointment of Kedar Teny as chief product officer. This is a newly created role at the group. 
 
Teny joins the agency after almost spending two years as CEO at Lowe Lintas.  
 
His mandate is to strengthen connectivity, scale expertise and capabilities for clients. He will be overseeing and expanding on the Groupe’s product offerings  across creative, media, commerce, PR, production, digital technology and analytics. 
 
Teny will report to Anupriya Acharya, South Asia CEO, Publicis Groupe. 
 
Acharya said, “I am delighted to welcome Kedar to the Groupe. His strong marketing credentials across diverse categories in the most blue chip companies coupled with an equally strong understanding of the agency ecosystem make for a unique combination. Added to this, his affable and approachable demeanour made him the perfect choice for this role. Innovation and client-centricity is at the heart of everything that we do. And appointing a chief product officer at the Groupe level is yet another key initiative in that direction.”
 
Teny said, “This role is both a great opportunity and responsibility. And I am very excited to take it on. Publicis Groupe not only has a great roster of clients but also some of the best agencies across creative, media, digital tech and PR, a strong growth momentum and an amazing array of scaled and deep capabilities. I look forward to working with Anupriya and the leadership teams across the Groupe to create a significant business impact.”
 
He has also worked with Avataar.me, McDonald's, Unilever, Airtel and Sony Entertainment.
Source:
Campaign India

Related Articles

Just Published

1 day ago

FCB Group India launches 'FCB Now', a tech-first ...

It created this initiative in collaboration with tech companies like Amazon, Google, LinkedIn, Jio, Meta, and ShareChat.

2 days ago

India dominates Effies APAC 2024 finalists

No less than 47 of the 121 APAC finalists hail from India, more than Australia and New Zealand, it's next two competitors, combined.

2 days ago

Beyond rainbow logos: Navigating Pride month in the ...

While some brands genuinely care about, and support, the LGBTQ+ community through the year, others indulge in rainbow-washing during Pride Month just to be trendy.

2 days ago

Campaign Global Agency of the Year Awards 2023: ...

India's White Rivers Media grabbed the silver in the Independent Digital Agency of the Year category at the inaugural ceremony.