Omnicom Media Group Thailand brings on board Jirasda Limsuwan to lead their digital offering

Jirasda Limsuwan.jpgOmnicom Media Group Thailand has appointed Jirasda Limsuwan to lead the group's digital offering. Limsuwan will work closely with the senior leadership teams of both OMD and PHD to elevate the agencies' digital product and drive innovation across all client portfolios.

Limsuwan (pictured) brings over 15 years of experience in digital planning and trading across the region, having also worked in Singapore, Myanmar and Japan. Throughout her career, she has played an instrumental role in establishing digital partnerships for large, multinational brands, guiding them to enhance their digital agendas and footprints over the years.

"With her exceptional talent and proven experience in delivering digital excellence, Jirasda will certainly augment our agencies' value proposition and we are delighted to have her on board," commented Sunee Paripunna, CEO of Omnicom Media Group Thailand. "In this role, she will be a key contributor to shaping our clients' future strategies, ensuring that digital plays a leading role in delivering on their business objectives. We look forward to paving the way forward with her and our clients."

"I am excited to be joining such a renowned group and having the opportunity to further establish its robust digital offering," added Limsuwan. "I look forward to continuing the momentum with our agencies in reaching new heights for our clients and the industry."

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