Gideon Spanier
Dec 20, 2019

Anatoly Roytman, a key brain behind Accenture Interactive, departs

He oversaw many key acquisitions, including that of Karmarama.

Roytman: joined Accenture in 2008

Anatoly Roytman, one of the brains behind Accenture’s move into marketing services, is to leave the consulting giant after 11 years.

Accenture said Roytman, who is 58, is retiring at the end of this year as senior managing director of Accenture Interactive in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. 

Roytman joined Accenture in 2008 and was a key player in the creation...

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