Campaign India Team
Feb 17, 2009

Grey India strengthens south operations

Grey has announced the elevation of Vishnu Srivatsav (pictured, left) and Sham Ramachandran (pictured, right) to the role of senior creative directors.  The duo are currently responsible for the creative function in the Bangalore branch. With this promotion, they will have additional responsibility of overseeing creative for the Chennai office. Srivatsav and Ramachandran joined Grey's Chennai branch in 2003, moving to Grey Bangalore in 2006.

Grey India strengthens south operations

Grey has announced the elevation of Vishnu Srivatsav (pictured, left) and Sham Ramachandran (pictured, right) to the role of senior creative directors.  The duo are currently responsible for the creative function in the Bangalore branch. With this promotion, they will have additional responsibility of overseeing creative for the Chennai office.

Srivatsav and Ramachandran joined Grey's Chennai branch in 2003, moving to Grey Bangalore in 2006.

Shalini Dam, NCD Grey, said on the development, "Vishnu and Sham have produced some stunning work for us at Grey. And their passion is truly infectious. We can expect to see exciting and surprising work from them in the future. I wish them all the very best for their new assignment. ." 

 "This is kind of a homecoming for Sham and me. We had a great time when we started the branch. It was challenging then and it will be challenging now. But we're up for it and we'll give it our creative best." said Srivatsav.

Source:
Campaign India

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