Bharatesh Salian takes over leadership of Razorfish's Mumbai and Bangalore offices

Bharatesh Salian, Vice President and Head of Strategy, Razorfish India.jpgRazorfish has announced that Bharatesh Salian, Vice President, Razorfish India will now oversee operations of its Mumbai and Bangalore branches.

Salian (pictured left) will take over the operations with immediate effect from Manoj Mansukhani. Mansukhani, a senior vice president at Razorfish India has resigned to pursue opportunities outside Razorfish.

Commenting on this change, Charulata Ravi Kumar, CEO, Razorfish India said, "It has been less than two months that Bharatesh has been working at Razorfish. However, his exemplary experience, meticulous planning and fine leadership abilities makes him the perfect candidate for taking over our Mumbai and Bangalore branches. I believe he will excel at the new role which he in spirit was already performing since day one."
 
Salian added, "I am excited about this new role and leading the Mumbai and Bangalore offices. It is truly motivating to be given such immense responsibility and I am confident that I will be able to deliver to Razorfish's ambitious plans for India".
Salian comes with a rich experience of over 15 years in digital marketing and technology and joined Razorfish in June 2015.
 
Prior to joining Razorfish, he was with VivaConnect as Chief Strategy Officer where he worked with clients like BJP, GSK, Google and Tata Motors.
 
He has also worked with brands of MNCs like Unilever, J&J , Renault, Nissan and SET MAX during his stint with Omnicom Media Group as General Manager - Digital & Moblility, where he was heading the mobile strategy and project implementation for large projects like the Cannes Lion Winner Kaan Khajura Teshan, 3 Roses Good Life Club  and BeBeautiful.

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