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    Salahuddin Shahed takes over as CEO, Grey Group Bangladesh

    Salahuddin Shahed, Vice President Client Servicing & Strategic Planning, Grey Group Bangladesh, has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Grey Group Bangladesh

    February 27, 2017

    Salahuddin Shahed, Vice President Client Servicing & Strategic Planning, Grey Group Bangladesh, has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Grey Group Bangladesh, effective immediately. He will report into Shaon Gousul, Managing Partner & Country Head, Grey Group Bangladesh.

    In his new role as CEO, he will be overseeing the strategy, operations, business growth, as well as take on the responsibility of increasing the creative value proposition of the agency in the local Bangladesh market.

    Shahed began his career with Grey Dhaka 17 years ago and has played an instrumental role in the development of the business which has seen a major expansion in areas such as Digital, Events & Activation and PR.

    His experience takes him across numerous industries, including; FMCG, Telecom, Mobile Handset, Automobile, Power & Energy, Retail, Real Estate, Media & Entertainment, Footwear and Healthcare. Shahed has been credited with winning key accounts such as; ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014, Mobil Jamuna Ltd., Govt. of Bangladesh, Apollo Hospitals and Grameenphone (Digital) which has resulted in Grey Group Bangladesh being the preferred agency of choice for many clients.

    Passionate about fostering minds, he is a known face in academia circles and often participates on the university lecture circuit for local business schools as well as universities.

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