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Olubodun named new CEO of Insight Publicis

The Board of Insight Publicis,   the leading creative consultancy and marketing communication company in West Africa, has announced its first non-founder Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer in its almost four decades history.

The founder and Chairman of the Board of Insight Publicis, Biodun Shobanjo, announced Feyisola Olubodun as the new leader of the organisation.

He stated that “Feyi will now lead a successful team that continues to deliver unrivalled communication solutions that assist our customers to have profitable interactions with their audience.”

Prior to his new role, Olubodun led the business to rapid growth, first as its Strategy and Planning Director and later as General Manager/Chief Operating Officer.

In his words, the new CEO stated: “The vision of our Board of Directors is clear. We shall allow others to follow us as we continue to lead at interpreting what today’s customer’s chat about. It is an honour to lead Nigeria’s most talented marketing communications company at this time in the history of our organization.”

Insight Publicis (formerly Insight Communications), is West Africa’s largest creative consultancy and integrated marketing communications company.   The ability to identify and share rare insights with its customers is what makes Insight Publicis outcompete.

The organization had earlier announced that its previous Managing Director, Jimi Awosika, is now the Group Managing Director of Insight Redefini; a group of six integrated marketing communication companies that Insight Publicis is a part of.

Feyi Olubodun has been a member of Insight Communications since 2009. He is a graduate of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and an alumnus of both the Pan-Atlantic University and the Duke University – The Fuqua School of Business.   He has over a decade’s experience in leading business negotiations and profitably managing projects. He also advocates on business ethics and corporate governance standards in Nigeria.

 


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