Percept/H has made four new appointments for their Delhi Office. Rajiv Agrawal (pictured), who joined Percept/H in September last year as executive creative director, will be leading the newly appointed team.
The team consists of Damodaran Krishnan, Gaurav De, Jayant 'Ronny' Bedi and Manish Sharma.
Damodaran Krishnan has joined as creative director (copy). Krishnan has more than 12 years of experience in the industry and has worked with agencies like Rediffusion Y&R, Capital Advertising, Draftfcb Ulka, Triton Communications and Montage Advertising among others.
Gaurav De has also joined as creative director (copy). He has previously worked with agencies like McCann Erickson, Rediffusion Y&R, Percept and Leo Burnett.
Jayant ‘Ronny’ Bedi has rejoined Percept/H after a gap of a few months as associate creative director (copy). He has over 12 years of experience in advertising, with a flair for humour and films. Besides Percept, he has worked with IB&W Communications, Dmas Advertising and Response.
Manish Sharma has joined as associate creative director (copy). He has close to 10 years of experience and had worked with Contract, Dentsu and Bates prior to joining Percept/H.
Commented on new appointments Amitava Mitra, chief operation officer (North), Percept/H said, “Our strengthened creative team is second to none in terms of talent, brand experience, quality of creative ability, ideation, strategic understanding, maturity and the sheer creative brilliance of their work. It has taken us months to put together this team of creative gems. Each one of these gems have their own creative expertise, talent and strengths, and I sincerely believe that they will add great value through their creative ideas to our clients’ brand communication. They will bring a lot of energy and freshness to the communication. We won the Congress election campaign for Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, courtesy my team. The true stamp of this creative team will be on display in the months to come on campaigns for Congress party, Sonalika, 3C, Hero, Canon and many others.”