Ebiquity appoints Sanny Manduapessy as Managing Director SEA
Monday, March 7, 2022
Ebiquity, the world leader in media investment analysis announces the appointment of Sanny Manduapessy as Managing Director of its Southeast Asia business.
Manduapessy brings over 20 years of experience in media consulting and benchmarking across Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia. Her extensive experience in advising clients on how to maximise their digital and traditional media investments has put her in a strong position to provide the independent advice that advertisers require.
In the last seven years she has brought best practice digital optimization advice, and innovation to the region, as Head of Data Analytics. Prior to her move to Singapore, she led the Data Analytics team at Ebiquity Australia, covering Australia and New Zealand. She had also spent over a decade in Client Services at media consultancy, Faulkner Media Management in Australia.
Nick Waters, CEO Ebiquity Group Plc said: “Over the last two years Sanny has played a leading role developing our business in Southeast Asia, with a particular focus on digital innovation. She has risen to every challenge and thoroughly deserves this promotion. With this appointment I know our clients will continue to receive the best independent advice available in the market, from the world’s leader in media investment analysis.”
Leela Nair, Managing Director Ebiquity Asia Pacific, said: “Sanny’s analytical skills, focus on delivering value to clients and integrated media understanding has proved invaluable to advertisers in the region. Having her in this role, is an outstanding result for the advertising industry”
Manduapessy said: “I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to bring Ebiquity Singapore to the next level of digital and media consulting in Southeast Asia. As a trusted partner, Ebiquity is uniquely placed to unlock value opportunities for advertisers with data, technology and digital solutions. In such a dynamic media market, Ebiquity provides greater clarity and guidance to advertisers than ever before”