Campaign India Team
Nov 05, 2008

Bates 141 Delhi strengthens creative team

Bates 141 Delhi has beefed up its creative team, by appointing Nitin Suri (pictured) as executive creative director, art and Suchitra Gahlot as executive creative director, copy. Suri joins Bates 141 from Dentsu Marcom, where he spent three years as executive creative director. Gahlot comes from Ogilvy RedCard in Singapore, where she was head of copy.  

Bates 141 Delhi strengthens creative team

Bates 141 Delhi has beefed up its creative team, by appointing Nitin Suri (pictured) as executive creative director, art and Suchitra Gahlot as executive creative director, copy. Suri joins Bates 141 from Dentsu Marcom, where he spent three years as executive creative director. Gahlot comes from Ogilvy RedCard in Singapore, where she was head of copy.
 
Commenting on the appointments, Sandeep Pathak, CEO, Bates 141 said, "For Bates 141, Delhi is a priority market. Along with the change in the office leadership, it was important that Delhi also gets a dose of new creative energy that's visible across all our other offices. I am sure that Jayanto (Banjo), Suchitra and Nitin as a team will bring about that discontinuous change for us in Delhi."
 
Added Jayanto Banerjee, executive vice president, Bates 141, "Suchitra and Nitin are a fantastic addition to the team. The agency now has the talent, drive and passion going forward.  Exciting times are ahead at Bates 141 Delhi."
 
Suri has 15 years of experience in the advertising industry. At Dentsu Marcom, he was associated with brands such as Iffco Tokio General Insurance, Canon, Honda Cars, among others. Gahlot was working on brands like The Economist, BBC World and Durex, when at Ogilvy RedCard. She has also been behind the launches of brands like Hindustan Times, Blender's Pride and Red FM, among others.

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Campaign India

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