Campaign India Team
Dec 02, 2015

Happy gets Phalgun Tiruvasu to head planning

He moves from Lowe Lintas Bengaluru

Happy gets Phalgun Tiruvasu to head planning
Happy Creative Services has announced that Phalgun Tiruvasu has been roped in as head of strategic planning from Lowe Lintas & Partners' Bengaluru office.
He has also worked with McCann, Publicis and Y&R (Jakarta) in past assignments.
Tiruvasu will be supported by Ravi Bhat who has returned to Happy after a stint at Lowe Lintas Bengaluru. An agency statement added that some more ‘notable’ appointments would be announced soon.
Tiruvasu said, "It is a fantastic opportunity for me to work with an agency that houses design, digital and mainline advertising all under one roof. With Kartik (Iyer) and Praveen (Das) at the helm and a young, energetic team in strategic planning, I am delighted to be part of this next phase in Happy's progress.”
Iyer, co-founder, Happy, said, “Happy has always been a strong believer in strategic planning. We have taken great care to put together a team that has a multi-dimensional approach to delivering strategic solutions. Under the able leadership of Phalgun, we sincerely hope to carve sharper insights and further success to all our clients. This is another step closer to our vision of being a truly hybrid agency in the country.” 
Das, co-founder, Happy, added, "With Phalgun at the helm of strategy and him being a national level dart player, we are sure that he will hit the bulls eye for all our clients in terms of strategy. And will inspire our creative team to come up with great output."
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