Deepsense digital appoints Karl Fallon as Head of Client Acquisition & Delivery Operations

Deepsense digital appoints Karl Fallon

In his new role, Karl Fallon will be responsible for planning and driving business growth for the agency and oversee the business growth planning and execution.

Deepsense digital has announced the appointment of Karl Fallon as Head of Client Acquisition and Delivery Operations. Karl Fallon has more than 15 years of expertise in marketing, branding, digital advertising, and creating effective ad campaigns for national brands.

In his role as Head of Client Acquisition and Delivery Operations, Karl will foresee and spearhead the fast-growing agency’s new business acquisition and clientele. His major responsibility includes leading the organizational vision and steering strategic goals across various verticals. His primary focus will be on leading and directing the efficiency of different teams, enhancing client relationships, and delivering best-in-class digital solutions.

Prior to becoming a member of Deepsense, Karl has worked with some of India’s leading ad agencies such as JWT, Lowe Lintas, O&M, Rage Communications, Mirum Digital (WPP AGENCY), and eNQOS Technologies(digital).

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In response to this significant appointment, Rakesh, Founder & CEO of Deepsense digital said, “We are delighted to welcome Karl Fallon to Deepsense digital. We are at the cusp of exponential growth and his invaluable experience will be critical to take us to the next level.”

Speaking about the move, Karl Fallon said, “After spending years in the advertising industry, I am excited to join a rapidly growing digital marketing agency like Deepsense digital. The passion that Rakesh portrays in shaping the future of this company and the kind of work his team does for their clients made me want to be part of it when I met him. I look forward to bringing my experience in working with leading national brands to help Deepsense reach new heights in terms of new business growth and expansion.”


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