Campaign India Team
Apr 27, 2013

Ravi Desphande to exit Contract India

Desphande is yet to announce his next assignment

Ravi Desphande to exit Contract India

Ravi Deshpande, chairman and chief creative officer, Contract Advertising has put in his papers at the agency. Deshpande will be with the agency till the end of June 2013. 

Commenting on the development, Rana Barua, chief operating officer, Contract Advertising, said, "Ravi has contributed very significantly to the growth of Contract and I wish him all the very best in his future endevours. We are thankful for his contribution to make Contract one of the finest brands and organisations in the Indian advertising world.”
 
On his exit, Deshpande said, "Contract has been a part of me since the beginning of my career. It has been a truly great place. I am leaving with wonderful memories. I would like to thank everyone for this amazing journey. I wish everyone the very best for the future. In the true spirit of 'Grow Young', reinvention of oneself must continue."
 
 
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