Campaign India Team
Jun 24, 2008

Starcom appoints Ashwini Kamat as head of the Bengaluru office

Starcom has appointed Ashwini Kamat as head of the Bengaluru office. Before this, Kamat was responsible for training and new business development for Starcom nationally. Kamat comes in place of Sindhuja Rai, general manager, who has recently quit. Ashwini Kamat joined Starcom in 2002 and has handled clients like VVF, Heinz, Western Union, HDFC, Fiat in the past in the Starcom Mumbai office.  She moved to Bengaluru in 2007. 

Starcom appoints Ashwini Kamat as head of the Bengaluru office

Starcom has appointed Ashwini Kamat as head of the Bengaluru office. Before this, Kamat was responsible for training and new business development for Starcom nationally. Kamat comes in place of Sindhuja Rai, general manager, who has recently quit.
Ashwini Kamat joined Starcom in 2002 and has handled clients like VVF, Heinz, Western Union, HDFC, Fiat in the past in the Starcom Mumbai office.  She moved to Bengaluru in 2007. 
Sandeep Lakhina, MD – India, West & South, Starcom Worldwide said, “Sindhuja is leaving Starcom as she has some personal priorities to take care of. We value her contribution to Starcom during her stint here. Ashwini is a Starcom veteran and it is always a good feeling to have an old Starcom hand take over an important role.  In Ashwini, I am confident that we have the right leader for Bengaluru - her strong previous experience, robust capabilities and enthusiastic attitude will surely be an asset as we continue to stabilize and grow the business in Bengaluru."
 

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