Campaign India Team
Sep 05, 2022

Nitin Sharma joins Publicis WW as SVP and head of client services

Moves from Infectious Advertising

Nitin Sharma joins Publicis WW as SVP and head of client services
Publicis Worldwide India has announced the appointment of Nitin Sharma as senior vice president and head of client services. Sharma will be based in Mumbai and report to Oindrila Roy, managing director, Publicis Worldwide India.
 
He moves from Infectious Advertising, where he was vice president - business.  
 
Paritosh Srivastava, CEO, Publicis Worldwide India, said, “While we reinvent ourselves to cater to the evolving marketing landscape, it is imperative to have the sound backing of a team that will drive this momentum forward for us. Towards that goal, we are glad to have someone of the calibre of Nitin Sharma who comes on board with domain expertise that is rich and pragmatic. His strong ability to direct and lead brands to a reputable position in the marketplace while possessing qualitative and admirable leadership skills bode well for our momentum in the long run.” 
 
Sharma said, “I am super-stoked to be offered this role at Publicis Groupe that has always been at the forefront of delivering truly integrated solutions which enable organisations to solve business problems and leverage emerging opportunities. I was particularly impressed with the unique integration model - ‘Power of One‘ that strategically fuses creative, data and technology to help build compelling narratives, drive engagement and create powerful experiences that deliver positive business outcomes. The Groupe’s name bearer agency, Publicis Worldwide, has partnered with some of the finest brands in India. I’m privileged to work with Paritosh Srivastava and the leadership team in growing the agency’s strength and stature in the years to come.”
 
Sharma has also worked with UAE Exchange (Unimoni) in Dubai and had stints with Ambience, Ogilvy, DDB Mudra and Leo Burnett India.
 
Source:
Campaign India

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