Campaign India Team
Apr 21, 2021

RepIndia appoints Siddharth Kumar as account director

Moves from SVG Columbus

RepIndia appoints Siddharth Kumar as account director
Siddharth Kumar has been appointed by RepIndia as account director. He will be responsible for bringing an edge to the agency across its healthcare and other portfolios.
 
Kumar moves from SVG Columbus, where he was group account head and joins RepIndia for the second time. 
 
Siddharth Kumar, account director, RepIndia said, “It’s both an incredible honour and a deep
responsibility for me to join RepIndia again at this crucial time. Given that we are in a situation of such an unprecedented change, it’s more important than ever for brands to create insightful,
informed, important ideas and information for their audiences. I have worked with RepIndia in
the past and being a RepIndian is in my genesis; I hope to bring some value addition with my
experience of working with more than 30 brands from different industries. I have seen the
company grow from the very initial stage and I am excited to be a part of the journey to the next level as well. It’s great to be a part of an organisation and work with management that exudes positive energy.
 
Ashish Manchanda, vice president - client strategy, RepIndia said, “Healthcare as a sector has never been more important and Siddharth Kumar will play a key role in ensuring synergy across our healthcare and other portfolios. It’s the culture and growth opportunities at RepIndia that bind the team together and encourage ex-RepIndia employees like Siddharth to rejoin the team after venturing out for a couple of years. We are confident that Siddharth will raise the bar in building brands and managing a dynamic team”.
 
 
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Campaign India

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