Campaign India Team
Feb 23, 2011

Rahul Jauhari joins Everest as National Creative Director

Rahul Jauhari, who quit Pickle Lintas recently, has joined Everest as National Creative Director.

Rahul Jauhari joins Everest as National Creative Director

Rahul Jauhari has joined Everest as national creative director. Jauhari recently moved out of Pickle Lintas. 

Confirming the news, Dhunji S Wadia said, “Rahul is no stranger to our group and his love of the agency will be felt by clients and colleagues alike. I am confident that Rahul is the right creative leader to take Everest to greater heights.” 

On his decision to join Everest, Jauhari says "I'm looking forward to partnering Dhunji at Everest. We both believe in solid brand work that works in the market and the award shows. We both believe in partnering our clients in every sense of the word. And we both believe in a culture that's people friendly. Rest, it's the work that speaks for itself.” 

Jauhari’s advertising career spans stints across agencies like McCann Erickson, Rediffusion DYR, Pickle Lintas and now Everest Brand Solutions. During his tenure as NCD, Pickle Lintas, the agency won accounts like Nestea Iced Tea, Volvo, Dabur Vatika, Maxx Mobiles, SAB TV and Kalpataru. Prior to that Jauhari has handled Airtel for five years on a national level. He has also worked on brands like Tata Motors, Onida, Bank of Maharashtra, Kaya Skin Clinic, Emami, Canon, Iffco Tokio, Maruti among others at Rediffusion. 

Jauhari has picked up a host of metals at local and international shows including a Gold at Cannes, One Show mentions, numerous metals at Goafest, Mirchi Kaan and RAPA. He is an avid blogger.  

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