Campaign India Team
Jul 12, 2010

Adrian Miller appointed chief creative officer, JWT Delhi

JWT India has brought in Adrian Miller as chief creative officer for their Delhi office. Miller has had work ranked in the top 10 in the Gunn Report and won metals at major international award shows like Cannes, The One Show, Clios, Spikes Asia and London International Awards. 

Adrian Miller appointed chief creative officer, JWT Delhi

JWT India has brought in Adrian Miller as chief creative officer for their Delhi office. Miller has had work ranked in the top 10 in the Gunn Report and won metals at major international award shows like Cannes, The One Show, Clios, Spikes Asia and London International Awards. 

According to an agency release, Miller’s main focus would be to lead clients into an idea-driven space that is media neutral. Colvyn Harris, chief executive officer of JWT, India, said, "Adrian has built some of Asia's finest brands. He understands that strong brands means business for clients and increased market share. That will be his primary focus. His diverse experience will bring a new sensibility to our creative work."

Michael Maedel, president of JWT Asia-Pac, said, "India is an important market for global clients and this important  appointment will further enhance the value we bring to bear on the brands we handle. This appointment will ensure we continue to develop the most relevant and stimulating communication for India's best and the world's most admired global brands."
 

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Campaign India

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