Campaign India Team
Jan 11, 2024

Dentsu Creative hires Nikhil Kumar

Moves from Publicis Groupe

Dentsu Creative hires Nikhil Kumar
Dentsu Creative has announced the appointment of Nikhil Kumar as managing partner (West). He moves from Publicis Groupe, where he was executive vice president and business head.
He will report to Indrajeet Mookherjee, president, Dentsu Creative.
Mookherjee said, “The West will play a pivotal role in driving sustained growth and glory for the agency and we are certain with Nikhil’s past expertise across diverse functions of the marketing realm, he has the right ambition and attitude to take us on this journey ahead. We welcome him to our family and wish him the best in his current and future endeavors.”
Kumar added, “Dentsu Creative has been a formidable leader in its craft and has historically challenged the paradigm of what’s conventional. With its impeccable pool of talent and teams, I’m looking forward to this responsibility of collaborating and steering the agency in a direction that benefits our partners and us equally.”
In a career spanning 16 years, he has also worked with The Economic Times and MullenLowe Lintas Group.
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