Campaign India Team
Jun 20, 2019

ADK Fortune gets Ambar Sharan Lal

Moves from HS Ads where he was GM

ADK Fortune gets Ambar Sharan Lal
ADK Fortune Communications has announced the appointment of Ambar Sharan Lal as VP and business director. 
 
Lal will be based in Gurugram and will head the account management function. He moves from HS Ads where he was GM.
 
Subroto Pradhan, managing partner, ADK Fortune, said, "We welcome Ambar at ADK Fortune. His vast experience and leadership qualities will surely be an added advantage to our clients and brands. I am sure Ambar will bring in the new energy and lead the team to our next phase of growth."
 
Lal said, "ADK Fortune is a great place brimming with talent and great work. The agency is on an ever-increasing growth path and it is wonderful to join a team full of enthusiasts. The diverse portfolio of brands allows ample opportunity to perform across categories. I’m excited and looking forward to this challenge."
 
Along with an entrepreneurial stint at August Communications, he has also worked with L&K Saatchi & Saatchi, Grey Worldwide, Dentsu and Lowe Lintas.
 
 
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