Campaign India Team
Aug 02, 2022 assigns digital mandate to iProspect

Account won following a multi-agency pitch assigns digital mandate to iProspect
iProspect, the digital-first media agency from dentsu India, has won the digital mandate for 
With this mandate, the agency will handle the entire gamut of digital duties for, with a focus on performance-based marketing. 
It will also manage the brand throughout India, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.
The agency aims to utilise its proprietary tools and solutions to help the brand achieve its digital marketing objectives through innovative digital campaigns. 
The account was won following a multi-agency pitch and will be serviced by iProspect India's Gurugram office. 
Saurabh Srivastava, CMO,, APAC and ME, said, “Monster is bracing itself for a new growth journey as it evolves into an end-to-end talent management platform in the months to come. A household name for jobseekers across countries and a preferred talent discovery platform for recruiters, Monster continues to invest in innovative tech product offerings and services that are continuously improving the experience of its users across the web and mobile app. As we move ahead with our renewed aspiration of catering to the diverse requirements of an evolving job market, we are confident that partnering with the best of minds from the digital marketing space will help us create the much-needed brand resonance and equity with our existing and prospective users across emerging markets.”
Vinod Thadani, CEO, iProspect and chief digital growth officer, dentsu Media, said, “Monster is a great brand that has been in the market for many years and has established itself as a great engagement platform for users who are looking for jobs and progressing in their careers. At iProspect, we look forward to deploying our innovative and data-driven digital marketing solutions to deliver the right engagement for the brand with its digital audience.”
Nitin Sabharwal, managing partner, iProspect India said, “We, at iProspect India, believe that the new avatar of Monster that is in the making has the right appeal to the new age audience. We are looking forward to the innovations on the platform. The team will work closely with the brand stakeholders to deliver on digital distribution and customer engagement.” 
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