Raahil Chopra
May 19, 2010

OgilvyOne appoints James Sandberg as digital lead, client servicing

OgilvyOne has appointed James Sandberg as their digital lead, client servicing for their Mumbai Office. Sandberg will work on some of OgilvyOne's key clients. With Sandberg's appointment, OgilvyOne aims to strengthen its senior digital leadership and reflect increased client demand for strategic digital services.

OgilvyOne appoints James Sandberg as digital lead, client servicing

OgilvyOne has appointed James Sandberg as their digital lead, client servicing for their Mumbai Office. Sandberg will work on some of OgilvyOne's key clients. With Sandberg's appointment, OgilvyOne aims to strengthen its senior digital leadership and reflect increased client demand for strategic digital services.

Commenting on Sanberg's appointment, Harshad Hardikar, vice president, OgilvyOne Worldwide, Mumbai said, "We are delighted with the appointment of James Sandberg as OgilvyOne's digital lead. Sandberg’s knowledge and understanding of the digital marketing space will enhance the current OgilvyOne service offering. His appointment is a reiteration of our commitment to digital growth plans to take OgilvyOne to the next level of pathbreaking digital solutions."
 
Sandberg began his career in 2001 and has worked in a variety of projects and roles focusing purely in the digital space in agencies such as PHD (Omnicom), Ptarmigan Media and Perfect Relations. He also had a stint with HSBC Bank, where he was digital campaigns manager. His experience in digital extends from web designing, online PR, e-mail marketing, search marketing (SEM and SEO), analytics to affiliate marketing and media planning. Sandberg  has worked with clients such as Merrill Lynch and Atlantic Records in the past.
 
Sandberg has also worked with Tesco Compare, Tesco Personal Finance, ING Direct and Toshiba.

 

Source:
Campaign India

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