Campaign India Team
Nov 13, 2019

Siddharth Dabhade joins MiQ as MD for India

Moves from Criteo

Siddharth Dabhade joins MiQ as MD for India
MiQ has announced the appointment of Siddharth Dabhade as managing director for its operations in India. Dabhade will focus on increasing the penetration of the company’s programmatic and analytics solutions.
He moves from Criteo and will report to Lee Puri, co-founder and chief expansion officer, MiQ.
Dabhade said, “Today, just curating large data lakes is not enough, and the ability to draw actionable insights from these large sets of data is one of the biggest challenges companies face. MiQ’s unique focus on marketing intelligence-led programmatic actions adds huge value to agencies and clients and fuels business strategies of the future. The power of MiQ’s technology together with a great working culture attracted me to take up the opportunity of ushering the next phase of growth for the Indian market.”
Puri said, “Since our inception in 2010, MiQ has always put people and organisational culture ahead of everything else. I am glad to welcome Siddharth to the MiQ family. His track record speaks for itself, and we are excited to have him onboard to lead one of the fastest-growing data markets in the world.”
He has also worked with IBM, Microsoft, Google and Citibank.
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