Campaign India Team
Jun 07, 2019

Ashima Mehra joins Enormous Brands to head client servicing

Moves from Reckitt Benckiser

Ashima Mehra joins Enormous Brands to head client servicing
Enormous Brands has announced the appointment of Ashima Mehra as head of client servicing for its Mumbai office. She joins the agency from Reckitt Benckiser where she was senior brand manager. 
 
She said, “I am deeply honoured to have been given a chance to work with an outstanding team of disruptive believers. I hope to enhance deliveries and steer organic growth in the coming months.”
 
Ashish Khazanchi, managing partner, Enormous Brands, said, “Ashima brings a lot of rich advertising and marketing experience to the table. It helps that she’s been on the client’s side as well, and therefore brings an interesting perspective to the conversation. We already have one of the brightest teams anywhere, and we’re looking at Ashima to bring a direction and leadership to the efforts.”
 
In a career spanning 15 years, she has also worked with Havas, Ogilvy, FCB Ulka, Wunderman Thompson and Godfrey Phillips.
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