Campaign India Team
Jun 22, 2022

Puretech Digital elevates Kedar Kulkarni and Hardik Shah

Kulkarni was director - paid media, analytics and digital strategy, whereas Shah was business director - digital strategy and organic search

From left: Hardik Shah and Kedar Kulkarni
From left: Hardik Shah and Kedar Kulkarni
Puretech Digital has announced the elevation of Kedar Kulkarni and Hardik Shah as vice presidents – digital.
 
As per their new roles, both Kulkarni and Shah will be responsible for setting up the agency's marketing automation and data ecosystems.
 
Kulkarni has been a part of Puretech Digital for over 10 years. Prior to this elevation, he was business director - paid media, analytics and digital strategy.
 
Shah has been a part of the agency for over 12 years and was business director - digital strategy and organic search.
 
Prashant Deorah, CEO, Puretech Digital, said, “The senior-level elevations are in sync with our firm's view and growth plans in the next few years. Kedar and Hardik have played a pivotal role in our journey and understand the company’s vision and ideologies. Digital marketing is an ever-evolving space, and I look forward to working with them to bring in some path-breaking solutions for our clients. I am sure they will continue to drive excellence and take us to greater heights.”
 
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Campaign India

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