Campaign India Team
Sep 24, 2012

Amod Dani joins Contract Advertising

He was previously with Leo Burnett

Amod Dani joins Contract Advertising

Contract Advertising has brought in Amod Dani as vice president and senior creative director at its Mumbai office.

Commenting on the appointment, Ravi Deshpande, chairman and chief creative officer of the agency, said, "Amod's role is to manage some of our large and highly challenging brands such as Asian Paints and Cadbury, along with some other important accounts. I expect him to bring in a fresh point on view on the creative product and produce game changing work. He is a very good creative person and a good thinker and I am sure he would help us achieve some great results. He would lead a large group of people along with Salil Sojwal who would be his art partner."

Dani, who has joined the new role, said of the agency, "It's a bunch of good, honest people who are aiming to do great creative work."

Dani was previously associate executive creative director with Leo Burnett in Delhi.

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Campaign India

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