Campaign India Team
Oct 08, 2018

#MeToo: Advertising speaks up

A thread being maintained on Twitter throws up several names from the advertising and media industry

#MeToo: Advertising speaks up
The #MeToo movement has hit the advertising and media industry. We've been tagged by users on Twitter narrating incidents they've faced during their career. 
 
Twitter user @Kalamwali_Bai tweeted this about Ishrath Nawaz, ECD, Publicis.
 
 
Publicis India responded to the tweet by stating: 
 
 
As the movement gained traction, an ex-colleague of Brijesh Jacob also decided to speak up through this anonymous column.  
 
 
Raj Kurup has also been named by Twitter users. Along with @natellapuncakes, @skhndh also tweeted against Kurup.
 
 
A tweet was also made about Omkar Sane. Dentsu Webchutney had investigated the case and fired him. 
 
 
 
The thread also has tweets against Medulla and WYP's Mihir Chitre, iProspect's Dinesh Swamy and Famous' Raj Kamble.
 
 
There's a thread being maintained by @weeny which mentions a list of those from the fraternity to have harassed colleagues.  
 
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Campaign India

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