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Publicis Media India appoints new Head of Technology

His experience cuts across sectors such as BFSI, manufacturing, consulting, publishing, aviation and healthcare.
Publicis Media India appoints new Head of Technology

Publicis Media India announced that it has roped in Roopesh Pujari as Head of Technology, PM India. Roopesh Pujari comes with over 22 years of leadership experience in technology and has worked extensively in the US apart from India. His experience cuts across sectors such as BFSI, manufacturing, consulting, publishing, aviation and healthcare. 

Anupriya Acharya, Publicis Media India Chief Executive Officer said, “As digital spaces shape more and more of the touch points of a consumer journey, marketing has been transformed into a technology-driven sector. We are delighted to welcome Roopesh on board who will spearhead our tech vision and strategy, framework and infrastructure to deliver on clients requirements that span across machine learning, platforms, automation and artificial intelligence.”

Roopesh Pujari said, “I am thrilled at the opportunity. This is an exciting time to be entering the media and advertising space! It's set to leapfrog on the back of new marketing and advertising technologies and advanced marketing and media models. I was particularly impressed by Publicis Media’s clarity of vision and the ambition for this role and I look forward to working closely with the leadership team at PM and contribute to the Publicis Media’s success story.”

 

Topics: Appointments, Technology

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