OMD India promotes Sulina Menon to CCO and Lalit Agrawal to head of OMD India - West

Sulina Menon & Lalit Agarwal.jpgIn a move to strengthen its core leadership team, OMD India has promoted Sulina Menon to the newly created role of Chief Client Officer, while Lalit Agrawal has been elevated to the role of Head of OMD India - West. The promotions are in line with the executives' long-standing track record of achievements and will enhance the agency's leadership capabilities as it continues to take on fresh growth in the Indian market.
Menon (pictured left) takes on her new role with immediate effect and will work closely with OMD India's CEO, Priti Murthy, in building the OMD brand nationally. A media veteran with multifaceted experiences, Menon has worked across media agencies, television channels and on the client-side at Samsung. Since joining Omnicom Media Group in 2013 to lead on planning for the network's Delhi office, Menon has proved her mettle and earned the status of a trusted partner to the agency's longstanding clients. In this new role, she brings her media agnostic approach, helping clients to focus on what really drives value for their brands instead.

Menon commented, "I am really excited about energising our team in India to drive data-enabled, integrated solutions for our clients and look forward to seamlessly onboarding our new clients. It's important for us to continue evolving our approach for clients and OMD is well equipped to futureproof their businesses. I am excited to be a part of the journey."
 
In his new role as Head of OMD India - West, Agrawal (pictured right) will drive and consolidate fresh avenues for growth. His presence as a strong business leader is already felt by some of the most iconic brands,  and his consistent delivery of innovative solutions to complex business problems has earned him respect and appreciation from both local and regional clients. During his eight years with OMD, he has been instrumental in delivering several innovations and industry-first initiatives - a feat that he will undoubtedly continue as the agency continues to expand its presence in West India.

Agrawal said, "OMD is now well underway on its new path, with a rejuvenated focus on helping clients make 'Better Decisions, Faster'. I am thrilled to be part of this momentous occasion as we extend our footprint in West India and I look forward to working with our clients and teams to make a mark for this region."

Priti Murthy, CEO of OMD India, added, "I am delighted to partner with Sulina and Lalit in their new roles. As an agency that is committed to generating business results for our clients, both Sulina and Lalit embody this value proposition, having spent considerable time in the industry and at OMD. These promotions are also a testament to the talent of our teams, taking our agency from strength to strength. I look forward to working closely with them both in navigating OMD's continued journey of growth in India."

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