Campaign India Team
Jan 18, 2016

FITCH gets Dominic Twyford as client services director for South Asia

This is his second stint with the agency he left in 2013

FITCH gets Dominic Twyford as client services director for South Asia
WPP's retail and brand consultancy FITCH has got in Dominic Twyford’s as client services director for South Asia today. 
Twyford will be based in Mumbai, directing new projects and sustaining its key client relationships which include Nestlé, Tata Group, Godrej, Arvind Mills, Asian Paints, Reliance, Pernod Ricard and Dell. 
This is Twyford’s second stint at FITCH, having established the Delhi studio in 2010 before relocating to Malaysia to work with Landor in 2013. 
David Blair, regional CEO EMEIA, FITCH, said, "Dominic has a wealth of branding and design experience, having worked in different markets including the UK and South East Asia. He has handled projects spanning corporate branding, packaging and retail. Dominic has already played an important role helping to expand FITCH’s operations in India previously and I’m delighted to be welcoming him back as we broaden our client offer.” 
Twyford said, “Being part of India’s leading retail and brand consultancy once again is a real privilege. FITCH has demonstrated for years that it understands India and the unique characteristics of the market, being part of such a strong and experienced team in such an exciting growth market is an exciting prospect."
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