Campaign India Team
Dec 11, 2015

Praveen Sathaye joins FoxyMoron, to head Gurgaon ops

He led the in-house creative agency at Ericsson prior

Praveen Sathaye joins FoxyMoron, to head Gurgaon ops
FoxyMoron has roped in Praveen Sathaye to head its Gurgaon office. He joins the agency from Ericsson, where he led the in-house creative agency.
 
In a career spanning 17 years he has also worked with Royal Enfield, The Times of India Group, Tata Interactive Systems and Tata Infotech. 
 
Pratik Gupta, co-founder, FoxyMoron, said, “We are thrilled to have Praveen on board. For us this signals, the beginning of a new growth story at FoxyMoron Gurgaon. While we have a lot of new businesses in the pipeline, we needed someone like Praveen, with a proven track record and wealth of diverse experience with leading brands and agencies, who brings a marketing perspective to a digital setup. This will not only help our growth agenda, but will also contribute immensely to FoxyMoron’s expansion in the North.”
 
Sathaye, who joins as head – operations, said, “I’m excited to work with some real creative geniuses who want to take the digital and creative space to greater heights. In my role at FoxyMoron, I see myself working towards synergising energies of digital and brands to build solutions for the future. The intent is also to ramp up the capacity here and address newer industries as well as clients.”
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Campaign India

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