Campaign India Team
Aug 07, 2008

Rediffusion appoints Sujit Sanyal as business head for Mumbai

Rediffusion DY&R has appointed Sujit Sanyal as business head for its Mumbai office. Sanyal will handle accounts like Tata Sky, IOCL, Marico, Heinz and Zydus Cadilla. Sanyal has about 15 years of experience in the advertising industry. He has worked in agencies like O&M, JWT and Lowe. He has handled accounts like Hutch / Vodafone, 3 Global services, Hindustan Petroleum, DSP Merrill Lynch MF and UDV India (Smirnoff).

Rediffusion appoints Sujit Sanyal as business head for Mumbai

Rediffusion DY&R has appointed Sujit Sanyal as business head for its Mumbai office. Sanyal will handle accounts like Tata Sky, IOCL, Marico, Heinz and Zydus Cadilla. 

Sanyal has about 15 years of experience in the advertising industry. He has worked in agencies like O&M, JWT and Lowe. He has handled accounts like Hutch / Vodafone, 3 Global services, Hindustan Petroleum, DSP Merrill Lynch MF and UDV India (Smirnoff).

Nisha Singhania, EVP, Rediffusion DYR, Mumbai said, "Sujit joins us with immense experience in building brands and giving clients holistic communication solutions. He will be huge asset for our organisation. We are looking at building a team of young, passionate, energetic people who believe they can make a difference. Sujit has all of that and hence is a perfect match for Rediffusion."  

Sanyal said, "Rediffusion today comprises a team of talented young professionals who believe in going the extra length to achieve their objectives. I am happy to be associated with an organisation that believes in dreaming big."

Source:
Campaign India

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