Campaign India Team
Mar 24, 2015

Cheil appoints Vaarunya Bhalla as senior brand manager

Earlier he was senior manager, marketing at Penguin Books

Cheil appoints Vaarunya Bhalla as senior brand manager
Cheil India has brought in Vaarunya Bhalla to fill in the newly created role of senior brand manager. Bhalla will work closely with Shiv Sethuraman, group president, Cheil India. 
 
His mandate at the agency will be communicating agency's vision, values and achievements to external stakeholders, informed a statement from the agency. 
 
Sethuraman said, “We are delighted to welcome Vaarunya to the agency. Cheil India is at an important point in its story.From here on, we are gearing up for the next level of growth. With his understanding of the dynamic environment in which advertising agencies function as well as his past experience in managing communications for global brands, Vaarunya will help us  prepare for this next phase of success.”
 
Bhalla said, “I’m hugely excited to be joining Cheil Worldwide as it prepares to evolve into one of the world’s most acclaimed creative networks. Cheil India is home to market-leading capabilities, talent and creativity. My job is to leverage and amplify the amazing work being done here and build on our position as one of the top five agencies in the country.”
 
Bhalla has also worked with FCB Ulka, Hakuhodo, JP Morgan Chase and HDFC Bank. 
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