Dentsu Aegis Network Digital Council to raise digital communication standards

02 Jul,2014

By a correspondent


Dentsu Aegis Network has announced the formation of Digital Council with CEO’s of iProspectCommunicate2, Isobar and Webchutney. The move aims to revolutionize digital communications in India.


Dentsu Aegis Network has emerged as the fastest growing agency group in the digital arena in India, with 500 digital professionals across their three digital specialist companies, Isobar, Webchutney and iProspectCommunicate2, spread across five cities.


Dentsu Aegis Network is a leading international group in India that has market leading tools, skill sets and technology in every aspect of the digital space. iProspect is a leader in Search & Performance, not only in India, but globally too. In India, iProspect acquired Communicate 2 to form iProspectCommunicate2. Isobar is a leading, full-service digital agency in India and part of the global Isobar Network. Webchutney is the most prominent and successful Digital agency in India.


Commenting on the formation of the Dentsu Aegis Network Digital Council, Ashish Bhasin, Chairman & CEO South Asia, Dentsu Aegis Network, said “With Vivek Bhargava, MD – iProspectCommunicate2, Shamsuddin Jasani, MD – Isobar India and Sidharth Rao, CEO & Co-Founder – Webchutney, coming together on the Dentsu Aegis Network Digital Council, we have the country’s best digital leadership, with a proven track record, driving our digital vision. Dentsu Aegis Network has always been a leader in the digital space globally and now we have replicated the same success in India. With 500 digital specialists and the three leading Digital Specialist Companies in India as a part of our group, we are well ahead of the competition in providing world class, comprehensive digital services in India.”


The Dentsu Aegis Network Digital Council believes that this is a game changing move for the digital agencies in India and will permanently change the digital landscape. The Council is committed to raising the Digital Communication standards in India.



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