Campaign India Team
Apr 01, 2015

Omnicom appoints Amol Dighe as head of investment, India

Prior to this, he was with Mindshare Indonesia

Omnicom appoints Amol Dighe as head of investment, India
The Omnicom Media Group has announced the appointment of Amol Dighe as head of investment. Dighe will lead strategic insight and analysis over the OMD and PHD investment portfolio. He will also be involved with special development projects across South East Asia. 
He joins the group from Mindshare Indonesia. 
Speaking on Dighe’s appointment, Jasmin Sohrabji, CEO Omnicom Media Group India and South East Asia, said, “Omnicom Media Group India has grown from strength to strength in the last few years and our scale of operations has grown significantly with four offices across the country and two full service brands – OMD and PHD. There was a need to consolidate the function under one national head, which is why we created this new position.” 
Harish Shriyan, COO Omnicom Media Group said, “As we consolidate and gear up for the next level of growth, we are excited have Amol as part of our management team that will enhance our client delivery capabilities in India.”
Dighe said, “I am delighted and excited with this opportunity of working with the growing Omnicom Media Group team to add greater value to our client offering and making our business more robust for the future.”
He has also worked with Unilever, Star TV Network and Group M India.
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