Campaign India Team
Oct 29, 2018

#MeToo: Tatas bid goodbye to Suhel Seth

Ad man Suhel Seth has been courting controversy since several #MeToo allegations against him surfaced in recent times

#MeToo: Tatas bid goodbye to Suhel Seth

Salt to software conglomerate Tata Group is all set to cut off ties with ad man Suhel Seth. 

Seth, who runs Counselage, a strategic brand marketing consultancy focused on advisory services to Chairpersons and CEOs, has been courting controversy since a number of women levelled #MeToo allegations against him over the last few days.

A Tata Sons spokesperson confirmed that Counselage's contract with Tata Sons will end on November 30, 2018.

While there is no indication if the contract will come up for renewal, Campaign India learns from reliable sources that the company has stopped engaging with Seth ever since allegations against him started coming out in the open.

Also read:

Detailed #MeToo claims against Utopeia's Sudarshan Banerjee



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