Campaign India Team
Feb 25, 2024

Heeru Dingra to exit Dentsu India

She was chief business officer at Dentsu Creative India

Heeru Dingra to exit Dentsu India
Heeru Dingra, chief business officer, Dentsu Creative India, is moving on from the agency. She joined the agency in 2015, as part of the agency's acquisition of WATConsult.  
 
She was appointed CEO at WATConsult in 2019. Then in 2021, she assumed the role of CEO at Isobar Group India (Isobar, WATConsult and Perfect Relations), before taking on her current role.
 
Harsha Razdan, CEO, South Asia, Dentsu, said, “As Heeru concludes her outstanding nine-year journey with Dentsu, we bid adieu not just to a chapter but herald the dawn of boundless possibilities. She has been the driving force behind excellence, innovation, and the cultivation of a resilient team poised to carry forth her legacy. To many, she has been not just a leader but a cherished friend, and her absence will be keenly felt. We extend our heartfelt gratitude for her invaluable contributions and wish her abundant success in her forthcoming ventures.”
 
Dingra said, “From laying the foundation of WATConsult, anchoring its acquisition by Dentsu, to witnessing its evolution into one of the largest digital agencies in the network, it's been an extraordinary 13-year journey. The acquisition by Dentsu marks a significant milestone in WATConsult’s history propelling us far beyond our humble beginnings and making the journey incredibly rewarding and fulfilling.”
 
She added, “I’m deeply grateful to the leadership team at dentsu India (then and now) for fostering an environment that feels like home, instrumental in shaping my growth and journey within the network over the past nine years. Moving forward, I carry a profound sense of pride and cherish memories of working with talented individuals at WATConsult, Isobar, Perfect Relations, Dentsu Webchutney and other agencies now under the umbrella of Dentsu Creative."
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