Campaign India Team
Jun 26, 2019

Ravinder Siwach joins Havas Creative as NCD

Moves from McCann Worldgroup India where he was ECD

Ravinder Siwach joins Havas Creative as NCD
Havas Group India announced the appointment of Ravinder Siwach as national creative director for Havas Creative.
 
Siwach joins the agency from McCann Worldgroup India's Delhi office where he was ECD. He will report to Bobby Pawar, chairman and chief creative officer Havas Group India.
 
Bobby Pawar, group chairman and chief creative officer, Havas Group India, said, “Ravinder has been in this industry for almost two decades and he comes with a rich creative background and experience working on a cross-section of brands and categories. I had the opportunity to work with him in the past and I am confident that his strategic thinking and understanding of the evolving media landscape will take our creative capabilities and output to the next level.”
 
Siwach said, "I have always admired Bobby as a creative leader and as a human being and excited at the opportunity of working with him at Havas Group India. Havas Group is headed exactly in the direction the future of communication lies. Vivendi companies like Gameloft and Universal Music add depth to the Havas offering and vice-versa which is a huge differentiator in the industry. We have a vision in place at Havas and we are just going to go after it, ‘no holds barred."
 
In a career spanning over 20 years he has also worked with DDB Mudra and Contract. 
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Campaign India

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