Campaign India Team
Jan 07, 2020

Publicis India hires Ranadeep Dasgupta as ECD, North

Moves from 82.5 where he was the creative head, North India

He will be based in the New Delhi office
He will be based in the New Delhi office
Publicis India has announced the appointment of Ranadeep Dasgupta (Rono) as executive creative director. He moves from 82.5 Communications where he was the creative head, North. He will work alongside Vikash Chemjong and Basabjit ‘Tito’ Majumdar, who recently joined as NCDs.
 
Ajay Gahlaut, MD and CCOr, Publicis Worldwide, India said, “Our creative team gets a leg-up in New Delhi with the coming in of Rono. He has a unique way of bringing brand ideas to life and I am delighted to have him steer a talented bunch of creatives under him. Together with Vikash and Tito, we look forward to seeing some outstanding and transformational pieces of work coming out of our New Delhi office.”
 
Dasgupta added, “It’s a wonderful opportunity for growth and to do some great work alongside some really talented people. This role presents both the challenge and the excitement of working in an agency that has an entirely new age perspective towards the business.”
 
Dasgupta began his career at a production house and then worked as a music CD salesman at Planet M before joining advertising. Across his 15-year stint in advertising, he has worked for agencies like Bates, Rediffusion and Ogilvy.
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Campaign India

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