Campaign India Team
May 11, 2017

Ravpreet Ganesh appointed executive director at Publicis Worldwide

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Ravpreet Ganesh appointed executive director at Publicis Worldwide
Publicis Worldwide has announced the appointment of Ravpreet Ganesh as executive director. She will report to Srija Chatterjee, MD, Publicis Worldwide.
 
Ganesh was with Leo Burnett prior. She joined the organisation in 2007.
 
Chatterjee said “This is an exciting time for us at Publicis Worldwide. With the launch of Marcel and the reinvigoration of Publicis, we are now poised for exponential growth. With the help of some fantastic tools that we have like the Publicis Newsdesk and our focus on Power of One, we can enable brands to lead the change and be ahead of the curve. But all this will only be possible if we have world class talent championing the teams towards the vision. I am thrilled that Ravpreet joins us as executive director of Publicis. She has a great proven track record and brings with her, all that experience and relationships, coupled with her infectious personality and hunger for great work, to help build a strong agency going forward. I look forward to working with Ravpreet and I am sure she will do wonders for us.”
 
Ganesh said, “My endeavour would be to provide integrated creative business solutions to meet the challenges of today's highly competitive marketplace . Publicis has deep-rooted relationships with clients. I look forward to unleashing the 'Power of One' in partnership with the team here.”
 
 
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