Campaign India Team
Jan 07, 2021

Network Advertising appoints Pooja Nair as VP - strategic planning

Last full time stint was with Ogilvy

Pooja Nair
Pooja Nair
Network Advertising has announced the appointment of Pooja Nair. Nair joins the agency as vice president, strategic planning. 
 
Her last full-time role was with Ogilvy where she was senior planning director. 
 
Sunit Khot, chief strategy officer, Network Advertising, said, “We are glad to have Pooja on board the Network team. Her cross-category experience coupled with her natural curiosity will be invaluable to us in strengthening our integrated offering that is based on a strong strategic foundation.”
 
Nair said, “What attracted me to Network is their philosophy of integrating strategic planning across all their functions, which essentially makes every Networker a thinker. I am looking forward to my role to enhance this already strong thinking culture within Network. The exciting cross-category roster of clients and the agency’s integrated offering makes it a dream for any strategic planner.”
 
Vinod Nair, MD, Network Advertising, added, “An integrated agency like Network needs to consistently over-deliver in the thinking area to bring alive our commitment to the brands we work on. Pooja is a welcome addition to the Network family and another brain to keep working on our mission of doing right by the clients we handle.”
 
In a career spanning 16 years, she has also worked with JWT, Publicis, Saatchi (Colombo), Percept, and TBWA.  
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Campaign India

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