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The Social Street beefs up leadership team

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MUMBAI:The Social Street is making significant investments in its senior leadership team. The agency has roped in Shonali Sharmaa as the managing partner for the experiential business vertical and Shilov Mani as the senior vice president in planning. Both the senior executives will report to Mandeep Malhotra and will be based in Mumbai.

The Social Street CEO and founding partner Mandeep Malhotra said, “Both of them come with exceptional capabilities and inherent understanding of brands, markets and consumers.”

Sharmaa added, “We have heard it for years; collaborate, work together, integrate. Yet, we still seem to push our clients agenda, be it in digital, activation, retail, OOH, et al in silos. My aim is to have ‘One seamless thought process across media’ to make The Social Street the most effective marketing communications agency.”

Mani said, “What drew me to The Social Street was Pratap and Mandeep’s vision to build a future-ready agency."

Sharmaa has 15 years of experience in experiential marketing. She has worked with agencies like Ogilvy, Bates, among others, as an integrated marketing specialist and has built the requisite skill set and experience to lead from strength to strength. She has serviced clients in telecom (Idea, Vodafone, Motorola, Samsung), FMCG (Pepsi, Cadbury’s) and Media (National Geographic, Discovery Networks).

In his 16 years of work-experience, Mani has spent five years in supply chain management, working with Mahindra and Total Fina Elf, before joining Ogilvy & Mather handling media buying, planning and client servicing. He moved to the DDB Mudra Group to handle their OOH, activation, events and retail executions. Mani has won numerous awards at MAA, PMAA, Abbies, Effies, Emvies, OAC and WoW. He has worked with clients such as HUL, HSBC, HT, Ashok Leyland, ITC, Uninor, HCC, Idea, among others.

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