Campaign India Team
Jan 24, 2020

Neeraj Bassi quits Publicis Worldwide, India

He was the managing partner and chief strategy officer

Bassi was with the agency for only 16 months
Bassi was with the agency for only 16 months

Publicis Worldwide, India has announced the departure of its chief strategy officer and managing partner, Neeraj Bassi. 

Bassi was with the agency for only 16 months and will be serving his notice period till end-March 2020.

Neeraj joined Publicis Worldwide, India in late 2018 and has been instrumental in providing strategy and direction to a number of brands at the agency. Under his stewardship, brands have been able to harness future-facing ideas that have helped them succeed even through challenging times.
 
Srija Chatterjee, MD, Publicis Worldwide, India said: “Neeraj has played a critical role in helping build a strong culture of futuristic creative strategy at Publicis Worldwide India. He's a great business partner and I’d like to thank him for all he's done for us."
 
Bassi said: “The past 16 months at Publicis India have been really enriching and fulfilling to say the least. We were able to put in place a well-oiled planning function and I have my colleagues and clients to thank for in helping me drive this function. I look forward to taking along great learnings from my stint here and imbibing them in my future endeavors.”
Source:
Campaign India

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