Campaign India Team
Jul 27, 2009

AMO Communications promotes Bob D'Silva to NCD

AMO Communications, the joint venture between Percept and Hakuhodo, has elevated Bob D'Silva (pictured) as its national creative director. D'Silva was previously creative director at the agency. Prior to AMO, he had been associated with Speer, Motivation and MAA Bozell.

AMO Communications promotes Bob D'Silva to NCD
AMO Communications, the joint venture between Percept and Hakuhodo, has elevated Bob D'Silva (pictured) as its national creative director. D'Silva was previously creative director at the agency. Prior to AMO, he had been associated with Speer, Motivation and MAA Bozell.

Said Elvis Dias, managing director, AMO Communications, “With Delhi & Ahmedabad operations well under way with a host of big wins, it has become necessary for Bob to take over the mantle of overseeing the creative across the country. We will be shortly setting up operations in Bangalore as well to actively pursue the IT businesses based there, and Bob and his team has already delivered some path breaking creative in this category.”

At AMO, D'Silva has handled brands such as Indian Oil Corporation, Department of Tourism - Goa, Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board, Next Retail, Asia Motorworks, Wella and Jumbo Electronics, among others.

Prior to AMO, he had been associated with Speer, Motivation and MAA Bozell.

 

Source:
Campaign India

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