Campaign India Team
Nov 19, 2010

Aniruddha Banerjee quits Publicis Ambience

Banerjee was promoted to chairman in January earlier this year

Aniruddha Banerjee quits Publicis Ambience

Aniruddha Banerjee, chairman of Publicis Ambience, has put in his papers at the agency. He was promoted to the role of chairman in January, 2010.

On his departure, Banerjee said, "It was a great stint at Publicis Ambience. The agency has added business and reputation, and it has great people, making it poised to go to the next level. Unfortunately, my personal priorities make it imperative that I make the move now. I wish Nakul and his team all the very best."

Banerjee started his career with Contract followed by an eight year stint with Clarion (Bates). Later at Leo Burnett he headed the Bajaj, P&G and Heinz teams, rising to executive director and Mumbai Head within four years. In 2004, he joined Everest as chief operating officer. He has been with Publicis since 2007 leveraging his considerable expertise across diverse categories.

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Campaign India

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