Campaign India Team
Sep 24, 2009

Rajat Sethi joins Dentsu Marcom as MD

Dentsu India has appointed Rajat Sethi (pictured) as managing director, Dentsu Marcom. Working closely with Rajesh Aggarwal, president, Dentsu India, Sethi’s mandate will be to lead business and operations at Dentsu Marcom. Sethi will be based in Delhi.

Rajat Sethi joins Dentsu Marcom as MD
Dentsu India has appointed Rajat Sethi (pictured) as managing director, Dentsu Marcom. Working closely with Rajesh Aggarwal, president, Dentsu India, Sethi’s mandate will be to lead business and operations at Dentsu Marcom.
 
Sethi will be based in Delhi.

Prior to Dentsu, Sethi was heading the country operations in India for Reader’s Digest International. He has also worked in other marketing communications and advertising companies such Wunderman, McCann Relationship Marketing, McCann Erickson Advertising and Lintas in various capacities.

Said Aggarwal, “Rajat is a veteran in the Indian communications’ and media space and it’s great to have him on board Team Dentsu in India. His diverse experience across disciplines of communications is something of tremendous value and we see him lead Dentsu Marcom to great heights.”

Said Sethi, “I am delighted to join the Dentsu team in India. I believe Dentsu in India combines the best of entrepreneurial spirit with global expertise, both of which are critical in managing today’s communication needs. I am looking forward to growing the Dentsu Marcom business in India and contributing to our clients' success.”

 

 

 

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