Campaign India Team
Nov 20, 2019

Magnon\TBWA gets Rohan Hukeri as business head - Mumbai

Moves from WYP Brand Solutions

Magnon\TBWA gets Rohan Hukeri as business head - Mumbai
Magnon\TBWA has announced the appointment of Rohan Hukeri as business head for its Mumbai office. Hukeri moves from What's Your Problem Brand Solutions where he was AVP and business head.
 
Vineet Bajpai, founder and chairman, Magnon Group, said, “We are extremely pleased to welcome Rohan on-board to lead our Mumbai team. With our Mumbai business gaining incredible momentum over the last couple of years, Rohan’s appointment is an essential step in the right direction, at the right time.”
 
Nitin Naresh, managing director, Magnon\TBWA, added, “We are thrilled to hire Rohan as our business head for Mumbai. With his deep understanding of digital media ecosystem and having served multitude of respected brands, we are certain that he will play a crucial role in our growth journey.”
 
Hukeri said “I was really excited to see the capabilities and offerings Magnon\TBWA has. The agility and speed with which they move shows that they are truly built for the fast-paced digital world, which is a delight to the clients of today."
 
He has also worked with WATConsult, FCB Ulka and Wunderman. 
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