Campaign India Team
Oct 16, 2014

Paritosh Srivastava elevated as COO at Publicis Ambience

Also joins management board of Publicis Worldwide in India

Paritosh Srivastava elevated as COO at Publicis Ambience
Publicis India has announced the elevation of Paritosh Srivastava as COO for Publicis Ambience. He will continue to report to Nakul Chopra, CEO South Asia. Srivastava also joins the management board for Publicis Worldwide in India.
 
Srivastava had joined the agency in May 2011 as the head of the Mumbai office.
 
Chopra said, "This is a well-deserved promotion. For over three years now Paritosh has led Publicis Ambience admirably. The improvement in talent and quality has been remarkable – the growth has been outstanding. With further empowerment in his new role – I have no doubt he will take Publicis Ambience to new heights."
 
Srivastava said, "It’s a privilege to lead an agency with the legacy of Publicis Ambience. My gratitude to the fantastic team who has each helped put us on a tremendous growth path. The agency’s success can only follow that of our clients, it will be my constant endeavor to continually strive to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations."
 
Bobby Pawar, CCO, Publicis South Asia, and Partha Sinha, director, chief strategy officer, Publicis South Asia added, "In Paritosh we have a champion of great work. He is ready to push boundaries and rally around great work both internally and externally. This, coupled with his energy and charm makes him a great leader. We are delighted that he is getting bigger responsibilities and being entrusted with furthering the Publicis agenda in India."
Source:
Campaign India

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