Dentsu Network Asia builds on human capital and appoints Ujjwal Sarao as regional head of talent

Sarao.jpgDentsu Network Asia has announced the appointment of Ujjwal Sarao (left) as Regional Head of Talent for Dentsu Asia.

Sarao will be responsible for strategy and innovation around human capital, talent acquisition and employee engagement for Dentsu Network in Asia Pacific, outside of Japan. She is based in Singapore and will report to Dick van Motman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Dentsu Network/Asia in this newly created role.

"Dentsu Network has a diverse and multicultural talent base across the region, with over 1,300 colleagues across 22 offices in this region. A priority for Dentsu is human capital development, given that our industry is built on the capabilities and motivations of individuals and teams. I am delighted to welcome Ujjwal to the team, as she brings a wealth of experience in organizational design and development, from both media and agency-side perspectives. She is also the perfect representation of Dentsu's vision of embracing diversity as it executes on results-driven innovation in the workplace," said Dick van Motman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Dentsu Network/Asia. "Under Ujjwal's leadership, we will bring in the brightest creative, planning, account servicing and management talent, and nurture and retain the expertise we have within."

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