Campaign India Team
Dec 15, 2014

Dhunji Wadia appointed president of Rediffusion Y&R

This is in addition to his role of president at Everest Brand Solutions

Dhunji Wadia appointed president of Rediffusion Y&R
Rediffusion Y&R has announced the appointment of Dhunji Wadia as president of Rediffusion Y&R. This is in addition to his role of president at Everest Brand Solutions.
 
Diwan Arun Nanda, chairman, Rediffusion Y&R, said, "Dhunji has strong business acumen, great entrepreneurial instincts and affinity for our clients' businesses. What makes it all work is his ability to motivate and inspire people on all sides of the business. He's an ideas guy who gets that great creative work and strategic insights are inextricably connected."
 
Wadia said, “The group has given me the opportunity to use my experience and skills towards making a positive difference to our clients.  I am looking forward to writing an exciting new chapter in the history of Rediffusion Y&R." 
 
Wadia joined the Rediffusion Y&R Group in 2010. Prior to that he was working with JWT. 

 

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