Campaign India Team
May 12, 2021

Manish Arora joins Garage Worldwide as head of business

Moves after an entrepreneurial stint

Manish Arora joins Garage Worldwide as head of business
Garage Worldwide, the digital and design arm of Famous Innovations, has announced the appointment of Manish Arora as head of business.
 
Arora moves after an entrepreneurial stint which saw him launch The Zebras. 
 
He said, "Garage brings with it the perfect blend of creative spark, technological innovation and media expertise. There is so much potential in all these areas in India and we may be at the tipping point of India’s digital explosion right now. The last year has really shown us the true power of digital, and I’m excited about harnessing that power at Garage Worldwide.”
 
Raj Kamble, founder and CCO, Garage Worldwide, added, "Manish’s diverse experience, including being an entrepreneur himself, make him the perfect fit for the culture at Garage. He brings a great balance of business, strategy and creative fervor to the table, and with him we look forward to taking our digital journey to the next level.”
 
In a career spanning more than two decades he has also worked with Quadrant, Ogilvy, Percept and Saints & Warriors.   
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Campaign India

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