Max Hegerman joins JWT India as digital head

Hegerman will be based in Delhi and will be responsible for managing and growing digital offering to clients across all markets.

Max Hegerman joins JWT India as digital head

JWT India has announced the appointment of Max Hegerman as senior vice president and digital head, JWT India Group. He will be based in Delhi and will be responsible for managing and growing the digital offering to clients across all our markets. Prior to joining JWT, he headed Tribal DDB India for over two years. 

Commenting on the appointment, Colvyn Harris, chief executive officer, JWT India, said, “The world is digital now. India's internet user base is expanding at a phenomenal pace. We need to lead and dominate this space as well: for our future growth, and for our clients as they are increasingly looking at JWT for newer solutions for their brands. Our clients expect this from JWT. We will be responsible for holistic solutions delivered seamlessly. 
 
"For us to develop skills and capabilities in this extremely  important area, we are strengthening our team bandwidth across India. With Max now we'll have the firepower to signal our serious intent in digital. More news on this space soon,” added Harris.
 
On his joining JWT, Hegerman said, “I am very excited about the opportunity to work so closely with the JWT team in place.  I plan to leverage my digital background (and passion) and hands-on experience in India to enhance JWT’s capabilities and credibility in the online space, across offices and offerings – and an amazing list of clients.”
 
Hegerman has over two decades of experience in communication, and has spent the last 11 years integrating digital capabilities into traditional advertising agencies, and has worked at creative agencies, like Hal Riney & Partners (San Francisco), Wieden+Kennedy (Portland), Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (San Francisco), GSD&M (Austin), Euro RSCG (Irvine, California), Energy BBDO (Chicago) and StrawberryFrog (New York) and TBWA\Media Arts Lab (Beijing). 

 

Source:
Campaign India