MSLGroup gets 8 new regional practice leaders in Asia

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By indiantelevision.com Team Posted on : 21 Jan 2014 07:14 pm

MUMBAI: Publicis Groupe’s strategic communications and engagement consultancy, MSLGroup has appointed eight new regional practice group leaders and two regional deputy practice group leaders across Asia to further strengthen the firm’s expertise and leadership.
 
The practice leaders will ensure best-in-class client service and strategic counsel, including growing the business, developing new offerings and methodologies, structured internal capability enhancement and thought leadership.
 
MSLGroup president Asia Glenn Osaki  said: “Most of these top talents and leaders have been with us for many years, some have grown with us for over a decade. We are very happy to appoint these experts to take on international leadership roles and to contribute to developing the future of MSLGROUP in Asia and globally. MSLGroup is driving the change. I’m proud that these top talents will play a part in taking our firm – and our industry – to the next level.” 
 
The eight regional practice leaders are: Amrit Ahuja (with over 20 years of experience she will be adding the role of regional practice leader to her current position as client engagement leader for 20:20 MSL in India), Narendra Nag (will be adding the role of regional practice leader to his current position as vice president and co-leader of MSLGroup Social Hive in India), Parveez Modak (apart from his current position as senior VP and co-leader of MSLGroup Social Hive in India, he will be adding the new role to his portfolio) , Amit Misra (he will be adding the role of regional practice leader to his current position as executive VP and director, Public Affairs, at MSLGroup in India), Par Uhlin (will add the role of regional practice leader to his current position as vice chair, MSLGroup China), Ellen Cheng (the sought-after trainer and advisor to senior executives of leading international companies in China will be adding the role of regional practice leader to her current position as director, MSLGroup China), Ken Hirata (will add the role of regional practice leader to his current position as senior director, MSLGroup in Japan), Dennis Hsu (will add the role of regional practice leader to his current position as VP, MSLGroup in Taiwan).
 
Jaideep Shergill will continue his leadership of the regional Financial Communications practice.
 
Two deputy practice leaders have also been appointed: Jolin Liu (will be adding the role of deputy regional practice leader to her current position as group account director, King Harvests) and Fu Yumei (will add the role of deputy regional practice leader to her current position as healthcare leader and senior associate director at MSLGroup in Singapore).

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