Campaign India Team
Jul 30, 2009

Nilesh Vaidya to head Mumbai creative for Euro RSCG

Nilesh Vaidya, executive creative director, Euro RSCG India has been promoted to head the agency’s Mumbai creative function. Vaidya confirmed the development to Campaign India.Talking about the new role, he said, “In terms of designation, my title remains the same but in terms of responsibility, I will now be heading the creative function for the Mumbai office so the portfolio of brands that I will now be handling will significantly increase. I look forward to raising the bar even further on creative.”

Nilesh Vaidya to head Mumbai creative for Euro RSCG

Nilesh Vaidya, executive creative director, Euro RSCG India has been promoted to head the agency’s Mumbai creative function. Vaidya confirmed the development to Campaign India.

Talking about the new role, he said, “In terms of designation, my title remains the same but in terms of responsibility, I will now be heading the creative function for the Mumbai office so the portfolio of brands that I will now be handling will significantly increase. I look forward to raising the bar even further on creative.”

Satbir Singh, national creative director, Euro RSCG India said, "With Sidharth Bindra planning to move abroad for further studies, we have decided to thrust the entire responsibility upon Nilesh. He has been creating some good work consistently for a couple of years now and will have a 100% larger canvas."

Vaidya will continue to report to Singh.


 

Source:
Campaign India

Related Articles

Just Published

3 hours ago

MediaCom unveils global repositioning, logo rebrand

Global CEO Nick Lawson is taking a new broom to the agency, which turns 35 this year

3 hours ago

Dentsu reportedly looking to sell Tokyo HQ

A sale could yield close to US$3 billion and be one of Japan's biggest real estate transactions ever, according to published reports

3 hours ago

Ogilvy hires Steve Soechtig to lead global ...

Mark Read, CEO of parent WPP, wants to grow its overall revenue from experience, technology and e-commerce from 25% to 40% by 2025

3 hours ago

Star Sports gets Boman Irani to sabotage English ...

Watch the film conceptualised by the in-house team at Star Sports here