Campaign India Team
Sep 07, 2020

Centrick launches operations in Bengaluru, gets Ranjeet Bubber as head

Agency also announced alliance with Bengaluru based Bright Brain Technologies

Ranjeet Bubber
Ranjeet Bubber
Centrick has announced the opening of operations in South India with an office in Bengaluru. It has appointed Ranjeet Bubber as head of strategy and innovation. 
He will be handling the South India operations and new business development for Centrick. The agency had recently formed an alliance with Bright Brain Technologies, a data and performance driven marketing solutions company. 
Roy Menezes, partner and chief creative officer, Centrick, said, “To continue our steady growth over the past nine months and huge wins even in these trying times such as Kirloskar oil engines, Kirloskar Pneumatic Company, Kirloskar Chillers, Lifelong India Online and a premier design school, we decided to expand our offering to our favourite city Bengaluru. Ranjeet comes in with over 15 years of strategy, digital marketing experience and client management. He specialises in creating and managing brand perceptions through insight-driven marketing strategies and we want to harness that to create more value for our clients.”
Bubber started his career with the Percept group handling the digital business for Maruti Suzuki and Colgate-Palmolive. He has also worked with Mindshare, Cequity and Rediffusion before starting his own digital marketing agency which primarily managed the digital business for real estate clients. 
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