Sapna Arora joins Dentsu India

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Jan 06, 2023 11:13:00 AM | Article | Campaign India Team Share - Share to Facebook

Dentsu India has announced the appointment of Sapna Arora as chief client officer (CCO).
She's tasked with enhancing integrated solutions for the existing and prospective clients of the network. 
Arora will report to Rob Gilby, CEO, Dentsu APAC. 
Prior to this, she was CMO, PRO, brand head - emerging markets at OLX India. 
Gilby said, “We are in a very exciting phase of our evolution with a clear vision and strategy and I am delighted we continue to attract the best industry talent to join us and share their expertise. This is what makes Sapna the ideal fit for today's Indian dentsu! She brings incredible global expertise that will be invaluable in cultivating pride, employee advocacy, and a sense of collective purpose that will strengthen Dentsu India's reputation among key stakeholders. I would like to extend a warm welcome to Sapna and look forward to working with her.”
Arora said, "It is an honour to be a part of a network that has produced some spellbinding work across services, redefining innovation and modern creativity in countless ways. Its collaborative, solution-led approach is exactly what brands and consumers desire. The network is known for its expertise in swiftly catering to the new unimaginable categories across spaces. All of this makes it even more exciting to be here and collaborate on a new growth story. I am looking forward to working closely with the leaders, clients, and people across services, while also cherishing the new paths ahead.”
With 22 years of experience, she has also worked with companies like Naspers, Nestle, Reckitt Benckiser and P&G, among others. 


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