Campaign India Team
Dec 17, 2010

Navin Kansal to join Grey Digital as Senior Creative Director

Kansal moves in from Ogilvy One.

Navin Kansal to join Grey Digital as Senior Creative Director

Grey Digital has announced the appointment of Navin Kansal as Senior Creative  Director. He has over thirteen years experience of which the last nine years has been at OgilvyOne, where he worked on major accounts in the digital space. 

“Ogilvy has been like home turf. I have had a great run here. This is the right time to begin a new innings. Grey Digital has an exciting portfolio of brands – the recent Volkswagen win being a case in point, and a talented team. I am looking forward to doing some good work here,” said Kansal. 

Sudhir Nair, Vice President South Asia, Grey Digital added, “We are delighted to have Navin join our team and look forward to raising the bar in the digital space.”

He has worked on brands such as Perfetti, Cadbury, Hutch (now Vodafone), The Economist, Tata Safari as well as Unilever brands like Lipton, Dove and Vaseline among others. His work for the Mentos Helpline as well as Lipton Yellow Label’s Stay Sharp campaign has received much recognition and accolades. Kansal’s  work has been recognized at Spikes Asia, Yahoo! Big Idea Chair, Abbys, Effies, AMEA and Campaign DMA among others.

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