Campaign India Team
Dec 21, 2021

Ketan Pote joins Zeno India

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Ketan Pote joins Zeno India
Zeno India has announced the appointment of Ketan Pote as head of Mumbai and national practice lead for reputation and technology. 
 
In his new role, he will head the growth of the agency's Mumbai operations aim to establish a robust technology reputation approach for India. 
 
Pote will report to Rekha Rao, managing director, Zeno India.
 
Rao said, "Ketan’s experience will add strength to the Mumbai office, while also expanding our expertise in the B2B and enterprise technology space. His deep understanding of the business, clients and industry communication trends makes him a great asset, both for the agency as well as our clients.”
 
Pote said, “Zeno is truly a new-age agency, converting data into compelling, platform-agnostic strategies and ideas. I am excited about the prospect of continuously learning new ways of delivering impactful communications to our clients while rounding these up with my nearly two decades of experience, and of course, the fearless philosophy." 
 
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