Campaign India Team
Oct 17, 2011

Publicis Ambience brings in Chandan Jha

He will be general manager

Publicis Ambience brings in Chandan Jha

Publicis Ambience has recruited Chandan Jha as general manager.
 
Jha comes in from Curry-Nation, where he was managing the business and brands on clients like Emami and Cavinkare, and was in charge of the agency’s new business initiatives. He has over ten years of experience, having worked at McCann-Erickson, Ogilvy, Leo Burnett and JWT.
During his career, some of the other brands he has worked on include Reliance Mobile, Etisalat, Hutch, ITC Foods, BIG TV, Colors, Radio Mirchi, NDTV, MTR Foods, UTI Bank and SAB Miller.
 
Paritosh Srivastava, executive vice president, Mumbai, Publicis Ambience, said, “I’ve known Chandan for a long time and have been wanting to make him a part of my team. When this position came up we knew he was the right guy. We’re looking forward to him bringing his energy, passion and entrepreneurial skills to manage and grow businesses.”  
 
On his appointment at Publicis, Jha commented, "I'm very keen to work with the team at Publicis. Considering Publicis Ambience has some of the most respected clients, I’m sure it will be a hugely rewarding experience. I am looking at working towards not only raising the occasional bar but the floor altogether on the businesses.”

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Campaign India

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