Campaign India Team
Aug 02, 2010

Grey hires Amit Shankar as ECD and Creative Head

Grey India has appointed Amit Shankar as executive creative director and creative head in Delhi. Shankar’s 15-year career spans includes lengthy tenures at Contract and Percept, and an earlier stint at Grey. He has also won several national and international awards, and his work has been featured in Luerzer’s Archive.

Grey hires Amit Shankar as ECD and Creative Head

Grey India has appointed Amit Shankar as executive creative director and creative head in Delhi.

Shankar’s 15-year career spans includes lengthy tenures at Contract and Percept, and an earlier stint at Grey. He has also won several national and international awards, and his work has been featured in Luerzer’s Archive.

On his appointment, Shankar said, “This is going to be a bit of a homecoming for me actually. Grey was where I learned much as a junior from some exceptional minds in the business. Now it’s a privilege for me to lead the place. I am also looking forward to working with Malvika and Amit who are incredibly talented people and have a great vision for Grey, as well as Ketan, who I have worked with before."
 
Jishnu Sen, chief operations officer, Grey India, said, “Amit joining is part of the overall strategy of building a really strong creative team. It also coincides with our Delhi operation picking up steam. We have very ambitious plans for Delhi and I am looking forward to Amit working with Ketan Desai in an effort to realise that ambition.”

 

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Campaign India

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