Campaign India Team
May 07, 2008

Ajay Chandwani is ED, Percept/H

Ajay Chandwani has been inducted to the Board of Directors of Percept/H as the executive director.  “Percept/H has grown as an agency in the past 3 years. I am sure that Ajay’s strategic guidance and inputs as a Member of the Board will add immense value to our advertising businesses and help further strengthen our relationship with our JV partner – Hakuhodo,” said, Harindra Singh, vice chairman and managing director, Percept Limited.

Ajay Chandwani is ED, Percept/H

Ajay Chandwani has been inducted to the Board of Directors of Percept/H as the executive director.

 
“Percept/H has grown as an agency in the past 3 years. I am sure that Ajay’s strategic guidance and inputs as a Member of the Board will add immense value to our advertising businesses and help further strengthen our relationship with our JV partner – Hakuhodo,” said, Harindra Singh, vice chairman and managing director, Percept Limited.

“It’s been a very successful journey for me at the helm of Percept/H. Percept/H has had the most dramatic rise among all advertising agencies in client perception ratings in the Economic Times Ad Agency research in 2007. In my new role I will be focusing on the growth strategies of Percept Limited in the advertising vertical,” said Chandwani.
 

Source:
Campaign India

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