Campaign India Team
Jan 09, 2017

Jeff Emmanuel joins Famous Innovations as Bengaluru creative head

Was creative director at Lowe Lintas prior

Jeff Emmanuel joins Famous Innovations as Bengaluru creative head
Famous Innovations has announced the appointment of Jeff Emmanuel as head of creative for its Bengaluru office. Emmanuel joins the agency from Lowe Lintas, where he was creative director.
 
G V Krishnan, CEO - South, Famous Innovations, said, "Jeff is one of the most fiercely passionate Creatives I have met. He has a great sense of design and has extensive experience in fashion and understands its interplay with emotion deeply. His passion for technology and open thinking makes him an ideal creative leader for us, a future facing agency. I look forward to our partnership with eagerness and am confidant of building brands and creating work that works for our clients."
 
Emmanuel said, "The first thing I liked about Famous was that it felt like a very emotional agency. Both Raj and GVK put people first and have created a culture of humility and sincerity, which is rare to come by these days. Also, I can see that Famous truly believes in young talent and new age thinking. It is a place that will challenge you to think more and do more, and I'm excited to get going."
 
In a career spanning 12 years, Emmanuel has also worked with Ogilvy & Mather and J. Walter Thompson. 
Source:
Campaign India

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