Campaign India Team
Nov 03, 2020

Sandeep Ghosh joins Ipsos as executive director

Moves from Karvy Insights

Sandeep Ghosh
Sandeep Ghosh
Ipsos India has strengthened its public affairs team with the appointment of Sandeep Ghosh as executive director. Ghosh moves from Karvy Insights. 
Parijat Chakraborty, country service line leader, public affairs, Ipsos India, said, “Sandeep Ghosh has enormous amounts of experience in the development sector, across prestigious clients and a great depth of work. I foresee, our position becoming stronger and well entrenched in social research and we hope to snag a lot of untapped work, which will further boost the business.“  
Ghosh added, “Ipsos is the market leader in the development sector research, with all the remarkable work being done across the globe. It will be my privilege to grow the business for public affairs in India, leveraging my client relationships, and working closely with the team here.”         
In a career spanning 27 years, he has also worked with BBC Media Action, TNS India and The Nielsen Company.
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