Campaign India Team
Dec 30, 2020

Ranjan Bargotra to exit The Crayons Network

Ends 24-year stint with the agency

Ranjan Bargotra
Ranjan Bargotra
Ranjan Bargotra, president, The Crayons Network, has decided to move on from the agency after heading it for 24 years. 
 
According to a statement from the network, Bargotra is taking a break after spending 34 years in the industry. 
 
Bargotra said, “During these 24 year-journey at Crayons, we did great work and were lucky to cross a lot of milestones and this wouldn’t have been possible without the support I had from Kunal Lalani. I couldn’t have asked for more operational freedom or better team spirit.”
 
He added, “Business models, client expectations as well as consumer behaviour have all undergone a sea change in recent years on account of technology and more recently due to the pandemic. This changed scenario presents a lot of new opportunities and will see the emergence of many new start-ups and I am looking at extending my support to a couple of such young entrepreneurs.”
 
Kunal Lalani, CMD, The Crayons Network, said, “It has been an amazing long journey with Ranjan and his departure would leave a void. Ranjan played a key role in making Crayons a name to reckon with, in the industry. He is a people’s person and has built great relationships within the agency as well as with clients and associates alike. We will miss him and our best wishes will always be with him.”
 
He has also worked with Uncle Chipps, Imageads and Clea Advertising.
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