Campaign India Team
Oct 15, 2015

Amritraj Thakur joins Leo Burnett as VP – planning in Delhi

Prior to this we has with Intellecap Consulting

Amritraj Thakur joins Leo Burnett as VP – planning in Delhi
Leo Burnett has appointed Amritraj Thakur as vice president – planning at its Delhi office. Thakur joins the agency from Intellecap Consulting, where he was AVP. He will 'work closely' with Antony Rajkumar, EVP, integrated strategy planning, Leo Burnett, informed an agency statement. 
 
Samir Gangahar, president – North, Leo Burnett India, said, “Amritraj comes with rich experience in communications and more recently in consultancy. In him, we have found a strategist who has the ability to grasp business problems and think through compelling solutions that will add value to clients’ businesses. In his experience of over 15 years, he has acted as the change enabler for many clients across industries. I’m sure his strength in strategy and business analysis will prove to be an incredible asset to us.”
 
Rajkumar said, "Amritraj has spent a large part of his career in the consulting space, solving complex business problems for both Indian and International clients. That experience coupled with his temperament, natural intelligence and passion to study and influence human behaviour, will add tremendous value to our clients' businesses, and thus for the agency itself. It’s great to have someone like him on the team."
 
Thakur added, “Leo Burnett’s outlook on how the client’s business is evolving and the role communication companies can play in the change is spot on. I’m truly excited to be a part of the team that believes in defining the purpose for brands and creating targeted and meaningful conversations with consumers. After having worked in the consulting space for more than 10 years, I was looking to get back to advertising. I would be foolish to have missed the Leo Burnett opportunity, as it has in its team some of the finest strategic thinkers in the country.”
 
He has also worked with Unilever, Bosch, NCSoft, RDF Media and Danone.
 
 
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Campaign India