Campaign India Team
Jan 05, 2021

Varun Mundra joins White Rivers Media as head of client partnerships

Was group head at Isobar prior

Varun Mundra
Varun Mundra
White Rivers Media has announced the appointment of Varun Mundra as head of client partnerships.
Mundra moves from Isobar where he was group head.
Shrenik Gandhi, CEO and co-founder, White Rivers Media, said, “Mundra’s introduction to business happened at an impressionable age of 13, and he has had a very long, intriguing run ever since. I am excited as we welcome Varun on board to be a part of our high-powered team. He brings the skills, strategy, experience and energy that is an ideal fit for our next phase of growth."
Mundra said, “While the digital advertising industry—along with the world—undergoes a drastic change and disruption, it’s a privilege to join White Rivers Media. I have seen the agency grow over the years, and was deeply impressed with their cutting-edge creative and Martech innovations. I see White Rivers Media as a delightfully challenging assignment; an energetic, ever-growing team, where I could utilize all my learnings and experiences with brand building, account planning, and management. I look forward to greatly promising times, where we define all that digital can and will be, together”.
He has also worked with Dentsu Webchutney, Jack in the Box Worldwide and Ogilvy.  
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