Digital Experience Co. Bottle Rocket Appoints Company Veteran as President

Andrew Sevin will steer Addison-based Bottle Rocket's strategic direction, operations management, HR and people functions, and revenue and growth trajectory. The exec leans into the "power of curiosity to build deep relationships with our people and our customers," said the consultancy's CEO Rajesh Midha.

Addison-based Bottle Rocket—a globally acclaimed digital experience consultancy and part of the Ogilvy worldwide network—has appointed Andrew Sevin as its new president.

The firm said that Sevin will be responsible for Bottle Rocket’s strategic direction, operations management, HR and people functions, and revenue and growth trajectory.

“Andrew is a seasoned executive that has always leaned into the power of curiosity to build deep relationships with our people and our customers,” said Bottle Rocket CEO Rajesh Midha.

Sevin, previously serving as the company’s chief business officer, was credited by Midha for  bridging critical operational segments of the business, including demand generation, selling, delivery, and operations. His strategies have modernized systems for creating and driving customer value, the CEO said in a statement.

“I am honored and humbled to be selected to serve as Bottle Rocket’s next president,” Sevin said in a statement. “To have the chance to serve such a respected brand, collaborate with world-class organizations seeking a long-term partner for growth, and represent the expansive global reach and capabilities of the collective Ogilvy network, is truly a dream appointment.”

Sevin sees it as a “remarkable opportunity” to maintain Bottle Rocket’s position as an industry pioneer while moving forward with the spirit of growth and modernization the brand was born from more than 15 years ago.

Bottle Rocket said that after years of exponential growth, delivery, workforce globalization, and deeper integration into the Ogilvy network, Sevin’s appointment reinforces the company’s dedication to its people and customers.

Sevin will report to Midha, the company said. Other functional leaders throughout the company will report directly to Sevin.

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