Campaign India Team
Aug 05, 2022

Parijaat Sehgal, Pratik Adhikari and Swati Agnihotri join Enormous Brands

Sehgal and Agnihotri join as client services directors, while Adhikari appointed as AVP - account management

From left: Parijaat Sehgal, Pratik Adhikari and Swati Agnihotri
From left: Parijaat Sehgal, Pratik Adhikari and Swati Agnihotri
Enormous Brands has added three hires across its Gurugram and Mumbai offices.
The agency has appointed Parijaat Sehgal as client servicing director. Sehgal moves from Innocean Worldwide. At Enormous, he will be heading a unit in the Gurugram office. 
Pratik Adhikari has joined as associate vice president, account management in Gurugram. He moves from Lowe Lintas, where he was business head.
Swati Agnihotri has joined the agency as client services director in Mumbai. She moves from Ogilvy, where she was management supervisor. 
Ashish Khazanchi, founder, Enormous Brands, said, “Along with the team that Enormous already has and now the addition of this new dynamic team, I honestly think that we at last have the best-in-class account management team possible anywhere in the country. We have the most fire in the belly is something I can already clearly see. It'll be interesting to see where they take us.”
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