Campaign India Team
Jul 03, 2018

Jyotsna Parikh joins Triton to head creative in Mumbai

Moves post a 17 year stint with Ogilvy

Jyotsna Parikh joins Triton to head creative in Mumbai
Triton Communications has announced the appointment of Jyotsna Parikh as creative head for its Mumbai office. 
 
Parikh was previously with Ogilvy India. She had spent 17 years with the agency. 
 
Ullas Chopra, NCD, Triton Communication, said, “Triton has made some great wins in the recent past with Ambuja Cements and SAMCO. The work is being noticed and appreciated and we are building on the momentum with Jyotsna coming on board. She has the talent, the work and the maturity that I am sure will help us make even more of a creative impact going forward. We have big plans and she is a big part of them.”
 
Ali Merchant, managing director, Triton Communications, said, “We are really happy that Jyotsna has joined us. With her experience we are looking forward to some really great creative work that will make our clients’ brands even more famous.”
 
Parikh added, “Triton has a great mix of truly Indian brands and is all set to start a new chapter of creativity. It’s a fantastic opportunity to be at its helm and take it to the next level.”
 
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Campaign India

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