Faaez Samadi
Jan 17, 2017

DigitasLBi bolsters APAC team after HPE win

Ben McAneny, Reevi Rajan, Alvin Kirk, EJ Segovia and Vinay Devarapalli join the agency.

L-R: Vinay Devarapalli, Alvin Kirk, Ben McAneny, EJ Segovia, Reevi Rajan

DigitasLBi has announced three new senior hires in Asia-Pacific following the agency’s global Hewlett-Packard Enterprises HPE win in August last year.

Ben McAneny has joined as APAC business director, leading several accounts including HPE. He arrives from the UK, where he spent a decade working for agencies including Advertising Club and Greenlight.

Reevi Rajan has also joined DigitasLBi as APAC director of analytics to work primarily on...

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