Rahul Jauhari puts in his papers at Pickle Lintas

Jauhari is still undecided about his next destination.

Rahul Jauhari puts in his papers at Pickle Lintas

Rahul Jauhari has put in his papers at Pickle Lintas earlier this month, and is presently serving his notice period. With this development, he ends his three-year stint at Pickle after joining as national creative director in April 2008. Confirming the exit, Jauhari informed that he is still undecided about his next move.

Commenting on the development, Rajul Jauhari, national creative director, Pickle Lintas, said, “I had a great three year run at Pickle. I think it was fantastic working with Balki here. I am still looking out for new opportunities and undecided where I am headed.” He notes that his most satisfying work at the agency were for SAB TV, where the channel gained a substantial viewership following their multimedia campaigns.

“During my stint, we managed to get a lot of prime businesses, and it was great working on brands like Volvo, Dabur and Nestea. The biggest take out for me from this stint are the great relationships that I forged with all clients I worked with,” he added.

Though undecided on his next destination, Jauhari informed that he will be pretty much continue in the advertising space. Jauhari started his career with McCann-Erickson Delhi and then moved to Rediffusion-Y&R, before joining Pickle Lintas. 

Campaign India

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