Campaign India Team
Oct 12, 2017

Prashant Tekwani joins Indigo Consulting as VP - client services

Moves from Monk Media Network where he was SVP

Prashant Tekwani joins Indigo Consulting as VP - client services
Indigo Consulting has announced the appointment of Prashant Tekwani as vice president – client services. Tekwani moves from Monk Media where he was SVP. At Indigo he reports to Rajesh Ghatge, CEO and will be based in the agency’s Gurugram office. 
 
Ghatge said, “Prashant’s appointment supports the infusion of new talent across key levels at Indigo Consulting, across all the offices. His strategic approach towards business development, coupled with his drive and passion to lead digital communication and large scale social retainers, makes us confident that we have the right person for the job. We are eager to have him on board to drive growth for Indigo Consulting, and become digital partners to key brands in the north and east markets.”
 
Tekwani said, “Indigo Consulting is one of the fastest-growing digital agencies, providing world-class digital transformation and communications solutions to some of the leading brands in India. Just this stellar pedigree was a big enough reason for me to take up the role I was offered. Indigo’s inherent data-led, strategic approach to brands, and the passionate, dynamic team made me certain that it is just beginning to reach its massive potential, despite the vast body of work already behind it.”
 
He has also worked with Contract Advertising, United Realty and Construction, Asian Businesses and Conferences, Khelo Sports and Vio Global.
 
 
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Campaign India

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