afaqs! news bureauPublished: 22 Nov 2017, 12:00 AM

What's Your Problem Brand Solutions appoints Leena Pirgal

Pirgal has joined the agency's account management team as head of operations.

In a recent announcement, What's Your Problem Brand Solutions has appointed Leena Pirgal as head of operations. She will work closely with Tejas Mehta, co-founder and director - strategy and business.

What's Your Problem Brand Solutions appoints Leena Pirgal
Leena Pirgal
What's Your Problem Brand Solutions appoints Leena Pirgal
Tejas Mehta

In her previous roles, Pirgal held the position of account director at Grey Worldwide and has also worked with agencies such as Lowe Lintas and Happy mcgarrybowen. At WYP, she will steer client relationship and business development. She’s worked at various levels and in various departments, starting with digital, moving on to integrated solutions.

Commenting on Pirgal's appointment, Mehta, says in a press release, “I am delighted to add Leena to the WYP family. We at WYP have people from diverse backgrounds who bring in different strengths to the table, and that truly makes our solutions media-agnostic. In Leena we found a perfect fit to all things WYP. Like most of us, she’s a truly ‘integrated’ marketing person with experience in both digital and mainline advertising. In the past, she has played an instrumental role in not only managing strong client partnerships, but also steered brand management and communication strategies. She will lead operations on all our current and future partnerships at WYP.”

Commenting on her appointment, Pirgal, says in a press release, “Coming back to advertising after a brief hiatus (for higher studies), I was very clear about the kind of agency I wanted to be a part of. The communication landscape has changed, obviously, and I wanted to be a part of a team that is creative, nimble and ambitious. I believe those three qualities will decide who wins in these changing times and with Tejas, Amit, Huzefa and the passionate team at WYP, I found all three in a good measure. Thrilled and happy to be a part of What’s Your Problem; I look forward to making a difference."