Campaign India Team
May 15, 2008

Neerja Wable takes charge at TNS

Neerja Wable has taken charge at TNS, global market information and insight provider, as the chief executive officer, India and Sri Lanka. She will be based in New Delhi. Campaign India reported her appointment in the issue dated 21 December. 

Neerja Wable takes charge at TNS

Neerja Wable has taken charge at TNS, global market information and insight provider, as the chief executive officer, India and Sri Lanka. She will be based in New Delhi. Campaign India reported her appointment in the issue dated 21 December. 
In her new role, Wable will be responsible for the strategic planning and development of TNS business in India and Sri Lanka; leveraging TNS global solutions to drive the business into strong value added relationships with both local and global client partnerships. She will also be the associate director on the TNS ALM (Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East) Board.
Stuart Campbell-Morris, regional managing director - TNS Middle East, Africa and India said, “Neerja joins TNS at a time which is full of opportunity for the India & Sri Lanka business as the company prepares to implement new growth initiatives in the business.  Her strength in understanding the Indian market will contribute greatly in leveraging TNS deliverables with our client needs.  Neerja also brings in a global vision, which is critical in managing any business today.”
“I am very excited about handling this challenging portfolio at this stage of TNS’ life cycle. The organization is truly undergoing a metamorphosis and the future is full of opportunities. Being part of the BRIC nations implies new avenues for growth and breaking boundaries, with us playing a critical role in thought leadership. The strong management team at the helm of TNS will help me in taking the organization to new heights,” said Wable.
Wable comes from Millward Brown where she was chief client officer for Africa and Asia Pacific based in Singapore.  Before that she was with IMRB International, as senior vice president and executive director.
 

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Campaign India