Campaign India Team
Jul 27, 2015

Rohit Ohri quits Dentsu

SINGAPORE - Rohit Ohri, CEO of Dentsu Asia Pacific, is exiting the agency. Ohri had relocated to Singapore in June to take on the role of CEO, Dentsu Asia Pacific (excluding Japan).

Rohit Ohri
Rohit Ohri

Prior to taking the regional role last month, he had headed up India operations. His next destination is not known.

"Rohit Ohri CEO Dentsu Asia Pacific (ex Japan) has resigned after four years at the company," said a Dentsu statement. "He has made a great contribution and we thank him for that. New leadership of Dentsu brands in Asia Pacific will be announced in due course.”

He was based in Delhi prior as executive chairman, Dentsu India and CEO, Asia Pacific (South). Ohri has been a part of Dentsu since June 2011.

Previously, he was with J. Walter Thomson for 21 years, and moved out as senior vice president and managing partner of agency's Delhi office.

 

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Campaign India

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