iCubesWire has appointed Devinder Sharma as its Chief Growth Officer. He will be responsible for 360 degree aspects of growth across the company’s offices including Gurgaon and Mumbai.
Prior to joining iCubesWire, Sharma has worked at Opera Mediaworks as an Ad Sales Director where he was managing the mobile brand sales and revenue in South Asia market.
In 2013, he was at Vdopia Inc working as Country Head, Indonesia, where he was managing the key responsibilities of digital sales. He has also worked with the leading companies like Sify, Buzzintown and Business Standard in the past, where he was responsible for the ad sales and strategy.
In this role, Sharma will lead new business efforts, cross-network collaboration and company marketing while reporting to CEO, Sahil Chopra. He will work closely with iCubesWire’s existing executive team comprising of Chopra, Aditya Singh, Sanjeeda Khan and Gauri Awasthi to optimise their product development, business plans and create new revenue streams.
Chopra said, “Sharma brings to iCubesWire his vast experience in data and technology, digital marketing and strength in negotiations and relationship building, digital sales and mobile advertising. His reputation in the industry as a savvy and collaborative business leader will be a proven asset to iCubesWire. I am confident that adding Sharma to our team will prove to be strategic in taking iCubesWire onto its next phase of growth and innovation.”
With more than 14 years' of experience in digital marketing across South East Asia in both management and business development positions, Sharma is well placed to drive iCubesWire’s growth in the region.
Sharma said, “I am very excited to take this opportunity to lead the highly talented team of 100 people towards the next level of success. iCubesWire is embarking successfully in its eighth year of operations and I’m looking forward to build relationships with the type of dynamic clients iCubesWire thrives on. My focus will be to channel the work flow, performance and business while gaining high growth momentum in the market.”