Campaign India Team
May 22, 2024

FCB Kinnect appoints Neville Shah as chief creative officer

Bringing 20 years of experience to the role, Shah was most recently senior executive creative director at Ogilvy India.

FCB Kinnect appoints Neville Shah as chief creative officer

FCB Kinnect, part of FCB Group India, has appointed Neville Shah as its new chief creative officer (CCO).

As CCO, Shah will partner closely with FCB Kinnect’s CEO Rohan Mehta and COO Chandni Shah to lead the offices for FCB Kinnect and FCB/SIX across India. He will also be a key member of the Group Indian creative leadership, collaborating across agencies to continue elevating the work across the network.

Dheeraj Sinha, FCB Group CEO of India and South Asia, said, “Shah joins us at such an exciting time for the FCB Group in India, where we are forging a new phase of growth and glory. His passion for modern creativity and adeptness at leveraging data and technology make him an exceptional addition to our team. Under his leadership, we will continue to foster an environment that celebrates creativity as an economic multiplier, empowers talent, and produces globally benchmarked work that sets the standard for innovation and excellence in our industry.”

With over 20 years of experience, Shah has worked on brands like Mondelez, Bajaj Auto, Chevrolet, Standard Chartered Bank, Star Sports, Amazon, and more. Before this, Shah was senior executive creative director at Ogilvy India.

Expressing excitement on his appointment, Shah added, “Every conversation has been about driving great creative work and strengthening creative culture. There is so much talent, and so many resources to make great things happen here. We are in the business of ideas and great ideas are what we will chase. It is what will help our clients win and put us on the global map. The agency and the group are rife with ambition and there is no better time to start this journey.”

 

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Campaign India

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