Campaign India Team
Feb 02, 2023

Famous Innovations gets Sharon Varghese

Moves from McCann

Famous Innovations gets Sharon Varghese
Famous Innovations has announced the appointment of Sharon Varghese as business head - Bengaluru. 
She joined the agency last year from McCann Bengaluru, where she was group business director.
Mithila Saraf, CEO, Famous Innovations, said, “Sharon’s diverse and unique background means that she brings a very unique perspective and balance of business, brand and creative thinking. While her fundamentals of marketing are strong, she’s also ahead of our constantly changing industry and is keenly interested in driving that change, for our agency and our brands. We’re excited about this next chapter for Famous Bengaluru.”
Varghese said, “Famous Innovations is no ordinary creative agency. It is one of the fastest-growing independent agencies blossoming out of India. It has a unique, young, progressive, brave and energized culture that I have found to be truly refreshing. This dynamism is reflected in their work and the fact that they work with some of the most formidable brands not only out of India but globally as well. Truly excited to do some great work together.”
In a career spanning 18 years, she has also worked with Stirred Creative, The Practice and Infosys.
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