Campaign India Team
Dec 06, 2022

Grey group India elevates Rahul Pahwa

Was vice president

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Grey group India has announced the elevation of Rahul Pahwa as senior vice president and business head (North). 
He will lead the North team and work with clients across various businesses, to  deliver business solutions and strategies. 
Prior to this, Pahwa was vice president. 
He will report to Ketan Desai, chief operating officer, Grey group India.
Desai said, “Rahul will lead the development of Grey’s unified network offering, true to its borderless vision, with enhanced creativity, collaboration and speed to market. Most importantly, he will focus on developing Grey’s future-facing integrated agency offering in the North region.”
Pahwa said, “Over the last few years Grey has created a unified team of Strategy, creative, tech and data specialists, equipped to offer creative solutions for a modern marketer’s diverse business challenges. We have demonstrated the power of this unified thinking to many of our existing clients. On the back of this talented bunch of people, I am looking forward to taking the Gurugram office to newer heights and ensuring the agency’s services and divisions are integrated seamlessly to deliver the best communication solutions to our clients.” 
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