Campaign India Team
Apr 16, 2015

Nima Namchu to join Havas Worldwide as CCO

He is currently serving his notice period at Cheil WW, where he is CCO

Nima Namchu to join Havas Worldwide as CCO
Havas Worldwide has announced that Nima Namchu will be joining the agency as chief creative officer. Namchu is currently serving his notice period at Cheil Worldwide. 
Nirmalya Sen, chief executive officer, Havas Worldwide India ,said, "I am delighted to confirm Nima’s coming on board as our new chief creative officer. Seen by his clients as a great ally with deep involvement in the growth of their brands and by his colleagues as an inspiring leader, Nima is just the kind of creative leader we need. Equally adept at solutions across new and traditional media, Nima will play a defining role in our attempt to be the most progressive communications brand in the country. "
Namchu said, "From the moment I met Nirmalya (and later, Juan Rocamora), I realised these guys were speaking my language - about being totally solutions focused, being integrated in the true sense of the word and creating work we can all be proud of. I'm terribly excited and can't wait to jump in and join the folks in the Havas Village."
Prior to Cheil, in his career spanning 22 years, he has worked with Contract Advertising, McCann Erickson, Publicis India, Capital Advertising, TBWA Anthem and Sista’s.
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