Campaign India Team
Feb 09, 2023

Mavericks gets Ravpreet Ganesh

Moves from Convosight

Ravpreet Ganesh
Ravpreet Ganesh
The Mavericks Communications has announced the appointment of Ravpreet Ganesh as its chief integration officer. Ganesh moves after a short stint with Convosight, where she was chief business officer, prior to which she was chief integration officer and lead content at Publicis.
Chetan Mahajan, founder and CEO, Mavericks, said, “We are very excited to have a highly experienced and dynamic leader like Ravpreet join the Mavericks mission. Ravpreet has extensive experience in brand communications, creative, digital, content, and influencer marketing. With Ravpreet on board, our clients will be able to deepen the integration of marketing services and, consequently, the impact on their brand reputation.”
Ganesh said, “Mavericks is a unique agency with its purpose to create an ecosystem of offerings that partners and employees want to belong to. I am looking forward to creating business solutions for all our partners that have the power to create behavioural change. I am excited to be part of the team where partners are put first.”  
Ganesh spent 15 years with the Publicis Groupe across multiple roles. She has also worked with Lowe Lintas. 
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