Rohan Philips joins iProspect as global chief product officer based in Singapore

Rohan Philips.jpgiProspect has appointed Rohan Philips as Global Chief Product Officer. In his new role, Philips (pictured) will direct and oversee iProspect's roadmap for central product development, adoption and commercialisation across its 55 markets. Philips will report to Global President, Ruth Stubbs, and will be based in Singapore.

"Our ambition is to drive business performance for our clients. This requires a mindset that is inspired by the future, delivered today, and Rohan fully encapsulates this. A dynamic approach to the development and evolution of our global product set is a vital component in our ability to engage audiences across all platforms and connect brands to consumers. As a business, we must become more sensitive to the challenges clients are facing. With Rohan's hire, we have now finalized a recalibrated leadership team - specifically designed to address delivering these capabilities for our organization, Dentsu Aegis Network and the clients that we serve", commented Stubbs.
"iProspect have a heritage of driving business performance by innovating in a complex digital landscape," said Philips. "The impact of data and automation has led to the convergence of media, media becoming more accountable and ultimately performance based. iProspect is a company built on the real time and addressable media environment since inception. I am looking forward to leveraging this strong foundation to expand its capabilities, whilst also contributing to the successful Dentsu Aegis Network operating model to ultimately deliver business performance to our clients."

Philips joins iProspect from GroupM, where he had served as the Vice President at [m]Platform and Xaxis, prior to this Philips played key roles on data and technology across Europe and Asia Pacific.

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