Campaign India Team
Jul 23, 2015

Mindshare appoints Sriram Sharma to lead South

Moving from MediaCom, he will head media and digital mandates

Mindshare appoints Sriram Sharma to lead South
Mindshare has appointed Sriram Sharma as leader – South, Mindshare, effective 1 August. In the role, Sharma would be responsible for all of the agency’s media and digital mandates in the South.
 
He moves from MediaCom. 
 
He will be based at the Bengaluru office and report to Prasanth Kumar, CEO South Asia, Mindshare.
Sharma currently handles the Bengaluru and Chennai offices for MediaCom.
 
Prasanth Kumar, CEO South Asia, Mindshare, said, “We are glad to welcome Sriram into the Mindshare family. His motivation and wealth of experience across industries and markets makes him the right person to assist in driving the growth of the agency. For us, South is a very important market and I am confident he will be able to lead the South division to even greater heights.”
 
Sharma added, “Mindshare represents a new journey for me – new skills to acquire, new people to meet and new challenges to deal with. Mindshare has always been a forerunner in innovation and the adaptive marketing world, and I look forward to working with the impressive Mindshare client roster and scaling new peaks in both the digital and traditional media spaces.”
 
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Campaign India

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