KPMG Australia has promoted Sudeep Gohil from head of brand strategy to partner role after 11 months with business, joining in August last year.
Gohil was previously managing partner and chief strategy officer at Publicis Worldwide India. Prior to Publicis, Gohil was group strategy director at 72andSunny and LA.
Gohil has established himself as a strategic leader within the global brand and advertising industry, with two decades in leadership roles at some of the world’s top agencies including BBH, Wieden + Kennedy, Droga5, 72andSunny LA and Publicis Worldwide India. He has blended agency management with client work, supporting business transformation and shaping brand strategy for many of the world’s most recognised organisations including Netflix, Nike, Coca-Cola, and UNICEF.
In Australia he was co-founder of health-tech startup Tyde, which he founded following eight years at Droga5, where he was also CEO and founder of its Sydney office. Australian born, Gohil’s career has taken him to Mumbai, Los Angeles, London, New York, Singapore, Tokyo and Portland.
Says Gohil: “I am incredibly excited to be invited into the partnership at KPMG. The growth of our Customer, Brand and Marketing team which I sit within has been testament to the work we have been delivering. I am looking forward to further extending our offering and delivering more marketing and brand strategy focused projects for our diverse range of clients.”