Campaign India Team
Aug 11, 2010

JWT Mumbai brings in Tarun Chauhan

JWT India has announced the appointment of Tarun Chauhan as managing partner and senior vice president at JWT Mumbai.  In his new role, he will be responsible for the agency's future leadership in the market.

JWT Mumbai brings in Tarun Chauhan

JWT India has announced the appointment of Tarun Chauhan as managing partner and senior vice president at JWT Mumbai.  In his new role, he will be responsible for the agency's future leadership in the market.

Chauhan has the experience of over two decades in advertising. Prior to joining JWT, he was with Lowe Lintas India for nine years, where he was appointed as its president in 2010, and was managing all businesses apart from Unilever. He was responsible for Lintas Production (content, production, marketing and talent management) and driving new business across the group.  He has worked on brands across categories like automobiles (Bajaj Auto), telecom (Idea Cellular), social awareness (ICICI Usaid) and Tata Group (Tata Tea, Tata Retail, Ginger Hotels). Before joining Lowe Lintas, Chauhan was with JWT and was part of the team that set up Thompson Connect, now integrated within JWT.

Commenting on the appointment, Colvyn Harris, chief executive officer, JWT India, said, "The wheel turns full circle for Tarun and we are glad that he has come back to the JWT family. We look forward to welcoming him to the family on August 23 and we wish him all the very best. Our search for finding the best talent continues.  We recently announced Adrian Miller as CCO Delhi. Tarun's joining will greatly improve our professional bench-strength."
 

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