Campaign India Team
Oct 12, 2018

Enormous gets Prateek Suri as creative head for its Gurugram office

Aditi Sobti, Anuraag, Harsh Maheshwari, Pallav Medhi and Rishabh Sood also join

Enormous gets Prateek Suri as creative head for its Gurugram office
Enormous Brands has announced the appointment of Prateek Suri as creative head – Gurugram. He joins from Publicis India where he was a creative director. He will report to Ashish Khazanchi, managing partner at Enormous.
Also joining the office are Pallav Medhi and Harsh Maheshwari as senior creative directors.
Aditi Sobti and Rishabh Sood have been appointed client services directors, and Anuraag is senior planning director.
Khazanchi said, “A creative agency is as great as its people, above anything else. Infusing some fine talent across creative, account management and strategy will help strengthen Enormous’ entire creative product further. I am eager to see what this young blood has in store for us in the months to come, and I am equally confident it will be great.”
Suri said, “I have followed Enormous’ journey for a while now. I think it is one of the few agencies that does honest, creative and quirky work. Ashish has put together a very talented team, and I am excited to start my new journey here.”
Maheshwari and Anuraag's last stint was with J Walter Thompson. Medhi joins from Times Internet, where he was creative lead. Anuraag, too, joins from J. Walter Thompson. 
Sobti was with Coca-Cola prior while Sood was at Publicis. 
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