Mumbai: Hyperspace, the retail arm of Posterscope Group India, part of Dentsu Aegis Network, has elevated Arti Singh to a National Role. In her new role as Vice President, she will be responsible for Hyperspace’s end to end service sphere, providing comprehensive retail and shopper marketing solutions to clients.
An experienced retail marketing specialist, with over 14 years of experience, Arti will focus on portfolio expansion for agency’s clients in a variety of sectors. Her appointment comes at a time of growth for Hyperspace, following a series of recent account wins; notably, SBI Life Insurance, Ceat Tyres and Henkel India.
In her previous role, heading West and South regions, she has been at the forefront of diversifying the retail business. This involved initiation of retail consumer data driven planning approach, visible in agency’s upgraded retail planning tool ‘Hyperspace Connect’. She is also credited with nurturing key accounts such as L&T, Disney and Mattel Toys, amongst many others under her guidance, which have been held with the agency for over 5+ years.
Arti will be the lead for the agency based out of the Mumbai headquarters, reporting directly to Haresh Nayak, Managing Director Posterscope India.
Commenting on her new role Arti said, “I am proud to be associated with Hyperspace, whose core values are codified in principles that our group stands for and is vividly reflective in our passion to excel and achieve greater heights. My association with Hyperspace dates back a long way and while the journey hitherto has been nothing less than remarkable, the road ahead will be more exciting, full of both challenges and rewards.”
Speaking on the new role for Hyperspace, Haresh Nayak, said, “We are delighted to promote Arti’s role to a pan India level. She has been an asset to us and has been instrumental in regional growth in her erstwhile profile, simultaneously mentoring other regional teams as well. We will leverage her wealth of experience, further enhancing the services we offer our valued clients.”