Mindshare Asia in senior-level shuffle
Regional - Mindshare Asia Pacific has restructured its senior ranks, appointing Ashutosh Srivastava as chairman & CEO of global emerging markets and global leader for products, services and talent development.
Ashutosh Srivastava, currently CEO Asia Pacific, Mindshare, will continue to be based in Singapore and will focus on emerging markets such as Russia, in addition to APAC.
He will also work closely with global and regional leaders in London and Asia to drive new products and services - and with the agency's talent development community, work to strengthen the agency's talent pool and leadership globally.
Srivastava's promotion is accompanied by a change in the structure of Mindshare in the region, re-organising it around three clusters.
Srivastava will also continue to oversee the Greater China offices directly.
R. Gowthaman, currently chief client officer, will take on the role of CEO for South and South East Asia, based in Singapore. Previously, Gowthaman was CEO of Mindshare India.
James Greet, currently CEO, Australia, will add Japan, Korea and New Zealand to his responsibilities, and will also be the APAC regional leader for talent.
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