Raahil Chopra
Sep 16, 2010

Everest ropes in Romeen Yarkhan

Yarkhan was previously at Draftfcb Ulka

Everest ropes in Romeen Yarkhan

Everest Brand Solutions has brought in Romeen Yarkhan as executive creative director (copy). Yarkhan will be based out of Everest's Mumbai office. Prior to this, he was based at Draft FCB Ulka, where he was a creative director. Having joined them in 2008, Yarkhan worked with Tata Motors and Tata Docomo, LIC, ICL, IOC, and the Zee Network.In a career spanning close to 15 years, Yarkhan has worked with agencies such as McCann, JWT and Lowe. He has also had a stint internationally, as he was based in Jakarta with Max Advertising.

Commenting on his appointment, D Rajappa, president, Everest Brand Solutions, said, “Everest is d elighted to welcome Romeen, a team player with rich experience and strong credentials. His contribution to FMCG brands at Nestle Chocolates and Confectionery, Unilever Sunsilk, Close-Up, Rin, Vaseline, J&J, Balsara and Boots Piramal will add to communications armour for Everest’s amazing portfolio nurtured over the last few years. Addition of senior and experienced people is to prepare Everest for the next level of growth.

”On his appointment, Yarkhan, said, “I have admired team Everest for its strong values to strengthen client portfolio. I am proud to come on board and fortunate to work on brands like Parle, Everest’s client of 64-years.”

Campaign India

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