Campaign India Team
May 23, 2008

Publicis names Chopra as South Asia CEO

Publicis India CEO Nakul Chopra (pictured) has been promoted to take on additional responsibilities as CEO South Asia.In his new role, Chopra will oversee the Publicis network in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.Simultaneously, Chopra has also been inducted to the global management board of the Publicis network."Given the importance of the South Asia region to both Publicis and our global clients, it's critical that we have the right structure to develop our brand in this geography,” said Publicis Asia CEO Matthew Godfrey.

Publicis names Chopra as South Asia CEO

Publicis India CEO Nakul Chopra (pictured) has been promoted to take on additional responsibilities as CEO South Asia.

In his new role, Chopra will oversee the Publicis network in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Simultaneously, Chopra has also been inducted to the global management board of the Publicis network.

"Given the importance of the South Asia region to both Publicis and our global clients, it's critical that we have the right structure to develop our brand in this geography,” said Publicis Asia CEO Matthew Godfrey.

“Nakul's proven ability to lead our existing agencies in India - Publicis India, Publicis Ambience, Publicis Modem and Publicis Dialog makes him the perfect choice for this important role."

Chopra joined Ambience India in 1996, which then became Ambience D’Arcy and then Publicis Ambience.

In 2003 he took over as president of Publicis in India overseeing both Publicis India and Publicis Ambience. And for the past two years has led the Publicis organization in India as CEO.
 

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