Ignitee GM Sreekant quits

MUMBAI: R. Sreekant has quit Ignitee Digital Solutions as general manager - new business development.

Sreekant‘s last day at the digital marketing and media agency was 5 October.

Confirming his movement to, Sreekant said, "Yes, I have quit the agency. It has been a great learning experience at Ignitee. During my stint, we won Maruti and have done some great work for them."

Talking about his next venture, he added, "I haven‘t decided anything yet. I have couple of options in digital and off-line and I am contemplating on which one to choose."

Ignitee CEO Atul Hegde said, "Sreekant has had an excellent innings with us. He has worked across functions and we wish him all the best wherever he goes."

His responsibilities at Ignitee include pitching for new business or clients for online communications and providing 360 degree solution in online space - creatives, search, search marketing, media plan / buy, social media and Online Reputation Management (ORM).

Sreekant has over 11 years of experience in the industry. He had joined Ignitee in 2009. Prior to joining Ignitee, he had also worked with Hello FM 106.4, TV9 and The Times Of India.

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