Campaign India Team
Dec 06, 2019

MullenLowe Lintas Group announces changes to Bengaluru team

Kishore Subramanian (previously branch head Bengaluru - Mullen Lintas) moves to Lowe Lintas to head planning; Siddhartha Roy takes over Subramanian's position

Subramanian (left) and Roy
Subramanian (left) and Roy
The MullenLowe Lintas Group has announced changes to Mullen Lintas and Lowe Lintas' teams in Bengaluru. 
 
Lowe Lintas has got Kishore Subramanian as planning head for its Bengaluru office. Subramanian was branch head at Mullen Lintas prior. 
 
Taking over his position at Mullen Lintas is Siddhartha Roy. Roy moves from 82.5 Communications where he was strategy lead. 
 
Roy said, "A prodigious talent stepping out of the shadow of its illustrious ‘big brother’ and asserting its own, unique individuality – that’s Mullen Lintas for me. And I wanted to be a part of this exciting and daunting journey."
 
Subramanian has been with the Lintas group for more than 17 years. 
 
Subramanian said, “Being a part of the founding team of Mullen Lintas was truly challenging and a thoroughly satisfying experience and now looking forward, the planning mandate at Lowe Lintas Bangalore seems an equally exciting and challenging opportunity.”
 
Virat Tandon, group CEO, MullenLowe Lintas Group, said, "I am delighted to welcome Sid to Mullen Lintas. In him, we found the skills to hyper-bundle the group’s services and give unfair share of attention to our brands. I was truly impressed by his entrepreneurial spirit and a future facing solutions mindset. I am positive that Mullen Lintas Bangalore has an exciting future under his leadership. I would also like to congratulate Kishore for giving Mullen Lintas Bangalore a formidable start by way of the brands and team he put together. Kishore is a planner at heart and that’s what he wanted to get back to. So, he takes over as the Planning Head for Lowe Lintas South. I am certain that he will bring his magic to the fabulous brands that Lowe Lintas Bangalore has and further develop the already strong planning product."
 
 
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