Gabey Goh
Aug 25, 2016

CtrlShift enters new phase with leadership shuffle

New management team at CtrlShift tasked with cementing company's position as an audience solutions company.

From left: Reza Behnam, Pete Yoong, Deepika Nikhilender and Rene E. Menezes

SINGAPORE Marketing solutions company CtrlShift has announced three new appointments to its management team, just under two years after it’s initial formation.

Deepika Nikhilender has been named its new chief executive officer CEO, while former CEO and co-founder Rene E. Menezes will join fellow co-founders Pete Yoong and Reza Behnam on the company’s board of directors.

Shelly Maneth joins as chief financial officer CFO, while Serm Teck Choon, currently...

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