Epsilon Appoints Leader for Market Expansion in Middle East & Africa

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Saira Mehdi Joins Team to Ramp-Up New Business and Product Growth in the region

Epsilon, a global leader in outcome-based marketing, announced the appointment of Saira Mehdi as the Sales Director for the Middle East & Africa (MEA) region, effective immediately. Saira will own the mandate for top line revenue growth, drive new business opportunities for Epsilon’s products and solutions and grow the company’s client base in the region. She will also play a significant role in positioning Epsilon as a premier martech and adtech player in MEA.

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“I am delighted to welcome Saira into the Epsilon family. This is an exciting time for us and I am happy that we have Saira take charge to deliver our best-in-class Epsilon PeopleCloud suite of solutions to customers in the region that has great market potential.”

Saira comes with 14 years of work experience in the IT industry across North America and MEA. Having worked with organizations like Oracle and Rackspace, Saira is keen to build on this experience and deliver value.

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Speaking on her appointment, Saira stated, “I am excited to join Epsilon and will collaborate with the leadership’s vision for growth in this region. With consumer expectations rising and the market at the cusp of marketing maturity, businesses need to evaluate their customer engagement strategies and I see Epsilon PeopleCloud filling that gap.”

Ashish Sinha, Managing Director for APAC & MEA, said, “I am delighted to welcome Saira into the Epsilon family. This is an exciting time for us and I am happy that we have Saira take charge to deliver our best-in-class Epsilon PeopleCloud suite of solutions to customers in the region that has great market potential.”

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