Campaign India Team
Jan 13, 2014

McCann Erickson brings in Suraja Kishore to head planning in Mumbai

Kishore moves from Publicis Ambience

McCann Erickson brings in Suraja Kishore to head planning in Mumbai
McCann Erickson has brought in Suraja Kishore as planning head, Mumbai. Kishore joins the agency from Publicis Ambience, Mumbai and replaces Dhiren Amin.
 
In a career spanning 17 years, he has worked with Mudra, Lowe Lintas and Leo Burnett (then Chaitra, where he began as copywriter). 
 
Govind Pandey, president, McCann Erickson, said, “Suraja is a seasoned professional. He has an interesting and rich way of seeing life and people. His contribution will enhance relevance for our brands by adding depth and nuance to our solutions.”
 
On his move, Kishore said, “McCann Erickson is known for it's creative force and it has brands that enjoy scale and size. I think it is the right place for strategic planning to make a real difference. I look forward to creating transformational brand stories that are based on powerful human truths."
 
Namrata Nandan, senior VP and GM, McCann Erickson, Mumbai added, “McCann Mumbai's team is strengthened with Suraja’s addition, and we look forward to working together and creating great work for our brands.”
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