Campaign India Team
Aug 04, 2009

Percept/H appoints Prathamesh Ghate as ECD

Percept/H has appointed Prathamesh Ghate as executive creative director.Before joining Percept/H, Ghate was working with Leo Burnett. He has also been associated with agencies such as Everest Brand Solutions, Vyas Giannetti Creative and Ambience Advertising. He has also handled brands like Siemens, Diageo, Aiwa, Perfetti, Parle products, Tide, Corelle, Times of India, Godrej, Kinetic, KG diamonds, Reliance, UTI Mutual Fund, SONY SAB TV and BIG TV, amongst others.

Percept/H appoints Prathamesh Ghate as ECD

Percept/H has appointed Prathamesh Ghate as executive creative director.

Before joining Percept/H, Ghate was working with Leo Burnett. He has also been associated with agencies such as Everest Brand Solutions, Vyas Giannetti Creative and Ambience Advertising. He has also handled brands like Siemens, Diageo, Aiwa, Perfetti, Parle products, Tide, Corelle, Times of India, Godrej, Kinetic, KG diamonds, Reliance, UTI Mutual Fund, SONY SAB TV and BIG TV, amongst others.

Speaking about his appointment, Prabhakar Mundkur, CEO, Percept/H said, "It’s wonderful having Prathamesh on board. We have worked together before. Prathamesh will be key in improving our creative product at Percept/H."

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Campaign India

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