Campaign India Team
Jun 07, 2016

Famous ropes in Manish Ajgaonkar and Ferzad Variyava to head creative

Ajgaonkar joins as senior creative director; Variyava named group creative director

Famous ropes in Manish Ajgaonkar and Ferzad Variyava to head creative
Famous Innovations has announced the appointment of Manish Ajgaonkar as senior creative director and Ferzad Variyava as group creative director, to head its creative team.
Ajgaonkar's last stint was with FCB Interface. In a career spanning 18 years, he has also worked with HTA, Publicis Ambience, Saatchi and Saatchi and Contract Advertising.
Variyava has been in the industry for 15 years. He joins from DDB Mudra Group. He has worked with Publicis Ambience, Alok Nanda & Company and JWT in the past. 
Ajgaonkar said, "With the changing needs of advertisers nowadays, I feel there are very few agencies that are actually changing their creative product and thinking to match. Famous has been one such agency that has rapidly grown over the years and has developed a strong creative culture."
Variyava said, “I have had the privilege of working with some of the most talented minds in my past agencies and I am now looking forward to working with Raj who I have always considered one of the most progressive people in the industry. I equally look forward to partnering Manish whose craft I have always admired. To me, an electric place like Famous is fertile ground to develop more inventive solutions for a newer, bolder breed of clients.”
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