Campaign India Team
Nov 20, 2019

Paul Dueman joins Kinnect to lead Bengaluru

Moves from Amura Marketing Technologies

Paul Dueman joins Kinnect to lead Bengaluru
Kinnect has announced the appointment of Paul Dueman as head of its newly opened office in Bengaluru. 
 
Dueman moves from Amura Marketing Technologies.
 
Rohan Mehta, CEO, Kinnect, said, “Paul is the perfect person to scale us to new heights in the Garden City. His energy, enthusiasm and experience make him the ideal mentor for our young and burgeoning team in Bangalore. His willingness to roll up his sleeves and immerse himself in the work makes me confident that he exudes the Kinnect spirit and will be the perfect partner for our clients in the South”.
 
Paul added, “My ‘Kinnect’ with Kinnect was two-fold - Firstly, Rohan’s clear vision of the type of agency he was building. His emphasis on happy people at the workplace and not just processes or business numbers, is what really resonated and connected with me. And second, his direct and clear brief in terms of goals, ambitions and more importantly the manner in which he expected to achieve them, really made me look forward to adding value at Kinnect. As for my 'Ikigai' at Kinnect, it’s pretty simple - ‘Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it’ –  I am confident with the people, plans, projects and most importantly the work ethics and culture at Kinnect, the connection is well and truly made”.
 
In a career spanning 22 years he has also worked with Indigo Consulting, Linteractive, Mirum, Lowe Lintas and Maestro Engineering.
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