Campaign India Team
Jul 27, 2020

DAN elevates Nishi Kant as president of mcgarrybowen

Kant was EVP and branch head of Dentsu Webchutney prior

Nishi Kant
Nishi Kant
Dentsu Aegis Network has announced the elevation of Nishi Kant as president of mcgarrybowen India. 
Kant was previously EVP and branch head at Dentsu Webchutney, Delhi and Mumbai. 
 
Now, Kant will be heading mcgarrybowen's offices across Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru and continue to report to Sidharth Rao, chairman, mcgarrybowen India and Dentsu Webchutney.
 
Rao said, “In my 15 years of work experience with Nishi, I have seen him grow into a business leader par excellence from a mighty creative resource. He has successfully led Dentsu Webchutney’s offices in Delhi and Mumbai. mcgarrybowen holds a great legacy globally and I welcome him to instil his values and lead the team nationally. I firmly believe his insights will enhance the company’s brand value and empower potential growth.”
 
Kant said, “I am honoured and energised by the opportunity to assume the leadership of mcgarrybowen India in the midst of these challenging times. I have deep respect for all the work that has taken place to transform mcgarrybowen as a global creative powerhouse. I am looking forward to working with our talented team and group leaders over the coming years to create a truly integrated agency. Together, we will capture the next wave of growth for mcgarrybowen India by remaining laser-focused on serving our clients, crafting efficient creative work and providing best career experiences to our people.”
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Campaign India

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