Rohit Ohri relocates to Singapore in an expanded role to lead Dentsu branded agencies

Rohit Ohri.jpgDentsu Aegis Network has announced the geographic expansion of Rohit Ohri's role.  Having previously led Dentsu in India and Asia Pacific South, Ohri (pictured) is now appointed CEO Dentsu Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) covering all markets in the region outside of Dentsu's home territory. In doing so Ohri relocates from Delhi to Singapore.

Nick Waters CEO Dentsu Aegis Network Asia Pacific said, "Rohit has done a fabulous job transforming Dentsu in India. Across Asia, Dentsu has an extraordinary track record of innovation and as the largest agency in the region has an unmatched depth and breadth of capabilities. Sano-san and myself are really looking forward to working more closely with Rohit to unleash the full potential of the business."

Commenting on the move, Hiroaki Charlie Sano, Executive Officer of Dentsu Inc. and CEO of the Dentsu Branded Agencies within Dentsu Aegis Network said, "Dentsu is an agency network with a long standing history and a strong footprint in Asia Pacific. Rohit shares our creative ambition and strong vision for Dentsu and the way we work with our clients. I'm delighted he will be taking on a more central position within the network to help guide the business outside of Japan".

 

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