Campaign India Team
Mar 19, 2015

Razorfish appoints Arnab Majumdar as director- business development

Prior to this, he was a digital media consultant in his own capacity

Razorfish appoints Arnab Majumdar as director- business development
Razorfish India has appointed Arnab Majumdar as director, business development. Based in Mumbai, he will be responsible for ‘leading business acquisitions and establish new business operations models’ across the agency’s offices in India, informed an official statement. Prior to this, he was a digital media consultant in his own capacity.
Charulata Ravi Kumar, CEO, Razorfish India, said, “We are constantly seeking highly curious people who have the energy and a razorsharp mind to persistently look for lateral solutions for the clients we partner. He will be a key member of our business transformation advisory team that partners new clients to set them off on the digital path. At Razorfish, we have a very strong team of over 500 highly specialised talent across creative, media and technology. We are further strengthening this to right size the organisation with the right people in the right roles.”
Majumdar commented, “The opportunity to lead business growth for Razorfish in India and be part of the team that transforms business for some of the most prestigious brands is fantastic and I am excited to be part of this.”
Among other changes at the agency, Manan Mehta has moved to Yash Raj Films (YRF) as VP, marketing. Mehta was head of business, India and senior vice president at Razorfish.
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