Campaign India Team
Jan 16, 2018

Famous Innovations elevates Siddhartha Singh as CEO for Mumbai office

He was business head prior

Famous Innovations elevates Siddhartha Singh as CEO for Mumbai office
Siddhartha Singh, business head, Famous Innovations, has been elevated as CEO for the agency's office in Mumbai. Singh had joined the agency last year from Salt Brand Solutions.
 
This is the agency's first CEO for its Mumbai office.
 
Raj Kamble, founder and CCO, Famous Innovations said, "Sid perfectly balances all faculties of the business - be it creativity, planning or relationship management - which is what makes him an ideal CEO. In the last few months, I have seen him constantly push for new age, digital-first solutions, without losing sight of the importance of compelling ideas and insights at the core. He always puts the organisation first and now, as CEO, he will be steering it too. I look forward to the journey ahead with him." 
 
Singh said, "Famous is a family, so titles are really secondary. It's the joy of this team that comes together every day to do some great work that matters most to me. But, being recognised for your efforts always feels good and I am excited about taking up this mantel, and living up to the trust that Raj and team have placed in me. 2018 looks like the year of change  in our industry at so many levels and I hope to be able to place Famous at the head of this wave." 
 
In a career spanning 20 years, Singh has also worked with Leo Burnett, Publicis and Rediffusion Y&R.
 

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