Campaign India Team
Nov 06, 2019

22feet Tribal Worldwide gets Debashish Ghosh as NCD

Ghosh moves from Hotstar

22feet Tribal Worldwide gets Debashish Ghosh as NCD
22feet Tribal Worldwide has announced the appointment of Debashish Ghosh as national creative director.
 
Ghosh moves from Hotstar where he headed XR Studio.
 
Rahul Mathew, national creative director, DDB Mudra Group, said, “A lot of our rebuilding at the agency has been around people. And Deba is an essential step in this direction. He brings onboard a diverse set of experiences and a new way to do things. And at the same time is driven by the same values and hunger as all of us. I’m very excited to have him on board and am sure he’ll help us take 22feet to even greater heights.”
 
Ghosh added, “I am genuinely stoked to take on the mantle of building the next phase of the agency. And it is challenging; as the legacy of its first phase has set the bar quite high. I hope to generously leverage the full stack of expertise at the DDB network and place technology at the heart of what we do; which is to create meaningful products and cultural cache for the brands we partner with."
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Campaign India

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