Campaign India Team
Sep 15, 2021

WATConsult elevates Sahil Shah as managing partner

Was chief business officer at the agency

WATConsult elevates Sahil Shah as managing partner
WATConsult, the digital agency from dentsu’s Isobar India group, has elevated Sahil Shah as managing partner. Prior to the promotion, he was the chief business officer at the agency. 
 
In his new role, Shah will spearhead the agency operations and also be responsible for bringing in new business to the agency. 
 
He will continue to report to Heeru Dingra, CEO, Isobar India Group. 
 
Dingra said, “Sahil is one of our strongest assets. His expertise in managing clients and the team is commendable. A great team leader, Sahil, along with the talented workforce at WATConsult, will continue to bring in new creativity to ensure the persistent growth of clients. Together, and as a network, we are ready to explore a new pathway to our future.”
 
Shah added, “After spending a decade and more in building this agency, my heart fills with pride as I watch it grow stronger each day. The digital landscape has certainly evolved and the teams at WATConsult have kept pace with this change by delivering some path-breaking campaigns. As we move towards our next phase of growth as a network, my team and I look forward to taking on this new journey with power and gusto.”
 
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