Campaign India Team
Jun 07, 2023

Infectious Advertising appoints Revati Nargund

Moves from VMLY&R

Infectious Advertising appoints Revati Nargund
Infectious Advertising has announced the appointment of Revati Nargund as creative director. 
 
She moves from VMLY&R, where she was associate creative director. 
 
Ramanuj Shastry, managing partner and creative chairman and Ashish Naik, ECD,  Infectious Advertising, said, “We are always on the lookout for exceptional talent. In Revati, we found not only the desire to do great work but also a solid brand understanding. We’re sure she’ll be a fantastic asset to Infectious.” 
 
Nargund said, "As a copywriter, I'll always have my heart fluttering when I write or read a great baseline/headline. I'd heard of the great creative culture that Infectious Advertising fosters and I knew that I wanted to be a part of it. The leadership team is inspiring and approachable and that makes it a perfect environment. I expect to create some great work during my time here and focus on improving my craft every step of the way. As a creative lead, I'd love to add value to the work the team is creating.”
 
With around four years of experience, she has also world with companies like FCB Ulka, Grey Group and The Minimalist. 
 
 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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