Campaign India Team
Sep 08, 2011

Everest ropes in Arnab Banerjee for Delhi office

Banerjee’s last stint was as a Creative Consultant with August Communications for a year

Everest ropes in Arnab Banerjee for Delhi office

Everest has roped in Arnab Banerjee as head of creative - Art, for its Delhi office. He has extensive experience of over eleven years in mainstream advertising following stints at Ogilvy, Euro RSCG, Redifussion DY&R, Grey Worldwide, McCann Erickson and DDB Mudra. Banerjee’s last stint was as a creative consultant with August Communications.  

Commenting on his appointment, Rahul Jauhari, national creative director, Everest Brand Solutions said, “He brings just the mix of talent, experience and enthusiasm that we see seek inject into our creative pool. His passion will be felt equally by our clients and people within the agency.”

Naveen Saraswat, chief operating officer, Everest Brand Solutions - Delhi, said, “His excellent sense of design makes his creative output look very refreshing and stand out visually. He is very passionate about doing good work. These abilities combined with his strong leadership skills shall enhance the quality of the work that we do for our clients and add value to their brands.”

Banerjee has earlier handled multi-national clients including Wrigley’s Orbit and Boomer, Philips, MasterCard, Hutch (now Vodafone) and national brands like Airtel, ITC, ONGC and others. 

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