Campaign India Team
Aug 04, 2015

Mansukhani exits Razorfish; Salian to lead Mumbai, Bengaluru offices

Salian had joined the agency in June 2015 as VP

Mansukhani exits Razorfish; Salian to lead Mumbai, Bengaluru offices
Razorfish has announced that Bharatesh Salian, vice president and head of strategy of its Mumbai and Bengaluru offices, will take on the leadership role at the two offices. 
 
He takes over the new mandate from senior vice president Manoj Mansukhani, who at has left the organisation.
 
Charulata Ravi Kumar, CEO, Razorfish India, said, “It has been less than two months that Bharatesh is working at Razorfish. However, his exemplary experience, meticulous planning and fine leadership abilities makes him the perfect candidate for taking over our Mumbai and Bengaluru branches. I believe he will excel at the new role which he in spirit was already performing since day one.”
 
Salian added, “I am excited about this new role and leading the Mumbai and Bengaluru offices. It is truly motivating to be given such immense responsibility and I am confident that I would be able to deliver to Razorfish’s ambitious plans for India”.
 
Salian had joined Razorfish on 23 June 2015 from VivaConnent, where he was CSO.
 
Mansukhani was SVP and head of e-commerce for India at Razorfish. He had joined the agency in mid-2013, moving from MRM, a part of McCann Worldgroup. 
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Campaign India

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