Campaign India Team
Oct 24, 2018

Prasanna Kulkarni moves from Cheil to Indigo Consulting

He will be based out of Mumbai and report to the CEO

Prasanna Kulkarni moves from Cheil to Indigo Consulting
Indigo Consulting has announced the appointment of Prasanna Kulkarni as Head of Creative. Kulkarni has 20 years of advertising, brand strategy and digital media experience, and his last stint was with Cheil India as creative head – digital. He will be based out of Mumbai and will report to Rajesh Ghatge, CEO, Indigo Consulting.
 
Ghatge said, “I look forward to him leveraging his deep expertise in both, brand communication and interaction design, to fuel our momentum further. His endeavour will be to deliver a fantastic creative and innovative product to our clients.”
 
Kulkarni’s advertising career spans over 20 years, where he has worked at ZenithOptimedia, J Walter Thompson, OgilvyOne and Rediff.com. He said, “It’s an exceptional opportunity to engage with the unique blend of digital transformation engagements coupled with brand narratives. I am eager to kick-start this new journey and create some great, effective work.”
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