FCB India Welcomes New Executives for Indian and South Asian Operations
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FCB India Welcomes New Executives for Indian and South Asian Operations

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FCB has announced significant leadership succession news for its operations in India and South Asia. After eight incredible years as chairman and CEO of FCB Group India, Rohit Ohri is transitioning to a new global role as FCB global partner. Dheeraj Sinha will succeed him as group CEO India and South Asia in November, reporting directly to FCB Global CEO Tyler Turnbull.

FCB Group India also acquired a majority stake in FCB Kinnect, the region's leading digital-first creative agency, and recently introduced FCB/SIX, its digital media, customer experience, and performance offering, to the market.

"FCB India has seen tremendous success under Rohit's leadership since he joined FCB eight years ago. It was time for him to move on to his next challenge, and we can't thank him enough for everything he's done for the agency," says Turnbull. "Together, we have found his successor in Dheeraj — an amazingly talented, creatively focused, and driven leader who understands the economic power of creativity."

"My mission was to transform FCB's creative reputation in India." Since 2018, we've been able to consistently deliver creative excellence by nurturing culture and cultivating talent. "In addition, with the acquisition of Kinnect and the launch of FCB/SIX in India, I believe we are now uniquely positioned to power our creative work with data and technology," Ohri says.