Campaign India Team
Dec 20, 2018

Ankit Singh joins Leo Burnett to head planning in Gurugram

Moves from BBH where he was strategy director

Ankit Singh joins Leo Burnett to head planning in Gurugram
Leo Burnett India has announced the appointment of Ankit Singh as its senior vice president, strategy. He will be based in Gurugram and report to Dheeraj Sinha, MD – India and chief strategy officer, South Asia, Leo Burnett. 
 
He moves from BBH India where he was strategy director. 
 
Sinha said, “Leo Burnett India has always had a big focus on strategy. We are committed to bringing the best talent on board. Ankit is extremely diligent and one of the sharpest strategists that I have worked with. He has a direct pulse on the consumer and is totally brand-focused. We have great momentum in our Gurugram office and I am sure Ankit will add to the energy. I look forward to some great work.”
 
Singh added, “These are exciting times at Leo Burnett India. The agency is exuding great energy and momentum on the back of the ‘Power of One’ philosophy. I am looking forward to being a part of it. I see this as an opportunity to create some great pieces of humankind work that deliver brand growth while keeping ‘people’ at their centre.”
 
Singh has previously been part of the group having worked with Leo Burnett Orchard. He has also worked with Grey. 
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