Campaign India Team
Jun 20, 2019

Brijesh Parmar joins Fulcro as ECD

Was head of art at The Womb previously

Brijesh Parmar joins Fulcro as ECD
Fulcro has announced the appointment of Brijesh Parmar as executive creative director. Parmar will be leading the art team at the agency.
 
His last full time stint was with The Womb, where was also head of art. 
 
Sabyasachi Mitter, founder and managing director, Fulcro, said, “It is indeed heartening to have someone like Brijesh on board the Fulcro bandwagon. He brings immense experience in compelling storytelling and is someone with meticulous precision in whatever task he undertakes. We are sure that with his guidance, our team will bring out some successful campaigns that are sure to resonate with the target groups. We welcome him to the team.”
 
Parmar said, “I am happy to come on board Fulcro and head the design and creative team here. Design thinking and creativity are the highlight of all ad campaigns today and an important aspect of the digital market. I hope to bring in more value add to the process at Fulcro with my experience, and look forward to a creative and fruitful association with the team going forward.”
 
In a career spanning 18 years he has also worked with Marching Ants, Leo Burnett and Contract. 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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