Campaign India Team
Nov 27, 2023

Sujit Vaidya joins Dentsu

Replaces Asha Suvarna

Sujit Vaidya joins Dentsu
Dentsu has announced the appointment of Sujit Vaidya as chief financial officer effective 1 December 2023.
Vaidya replaces Asha Suvarna, who left the organisation in September. 
He will report to Harsha Razdan, chief executive officer, dentsu, South Asia, and Paul Koppelman, CFO APAC, dentsu. He joins the network from Mahindra Holidays and Resorts, where he was CFO and vice president.
Razdan said, “Sujit's appointment aligns seamlessly with our vision for financial excellence and strategic foresight. His strategic acumen and financial leadership will play a crucial role in realizing our ambitious goal of achieving 50% of revenue from Customer Experience (CX) by 2026. We eagerly anticipate leveraging Sujit's expertise on this exciting journey towards continued growth and success.”
Vaidya said, “In my conversations even before officially joining dentsu, what came across clearly to me is that dentsu is not just a business. The perspective is not merely about delivering services but creating outcomes and solutions for clients. My mandate, therefore, is not just managing finances but helping create strategies to invest in and create the future. I believe that dentsu has a unique opportunity to shape the future of the industry and I am excited to be a part of it.”
In a career spanning more than three decades, he has also worked with Disney Star and Castrol.
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