Campaign India Team
Oct 23, 2009

Euro RSCG bolsters creative team

Euro RSCG has appointed Ravikumar C (pictured, left) and Manoj Jacob (pictured, right) as creative directors. The duo will be based out of Euro RSCG's Delhi office and will alongside Mani Jayaram, vice president, creative. They will report to Satbir Singh, chief creative officer.Commenting about the appointments, Singh said, “The two have done some great award-winning work and can help cater to the needs of the exciting assignments and important clientele of the agency.”

Euro RSCG bolsters creative team
Euro RSCG has appointed Ravikumar C (pictured, left) and Manoj Jacob (pictured, right) as creative directors. The duo will be based out of Euro RSCG's Delhi office and will alongside Mani Jayaram, vice president, creative. They will report to Satbir Singh, chief creative officer.

Commenting about the appointments, Singh said, “The two have done some great award-winning work and can help cater to the needs of the exciting assignments and important clientele of the agency.”

Before joining Euro RSCG, Ravikumar and Jacob were associate creative Directors at Ogilvy & Mather, Bangalore, where were working on accounts such as Foster's, Haywards 5000, Haywards Black and Fortune cooking oil, among others.

Ravikumar began his career as a visualiser in Guide+Cornet, Kochi. Since then, he has worked across advertising agencies such as JWT, McCann Erickson and O&M.

Jacob kickstarted his advertising career with Graphic Arts Industry in Bangalore. He has worked in Contract Advertising and O&M before.

 

 

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Campaign India

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