Campaign India Team
Dec 12, 2008

Rediffusion hires TBWA's Tandon on Colgate, Himalayan biz

Rediffusion Y&R Mumbai has appointed Anurag Tandon as business head on the key businesses of Colgate-Palmolive and Himalayan. Tandon was earlier associate vice president, TBWA/ India.Nisha Singhania, executive vice president, Mumbai, Rediffusion  Y&R, said, "Anurag comes in to drive two of the key clients of this office and provide the sound strategic focus that is vital for them. I'm confident that he is a perfect fit for these businesses as well as Rediffusion."

Rediffusion hires TBWA's Tandon on Colgate, Himalayan biz

Rediffusion Y&R Mumbai has appointed Anurag Tandon as business head on the key businesses of Colgate-Palmolive and Himalayan. Tandon was earlier associate vice president, TBWA/ India.

Nisha Singhania, executive vice president, Mumbai, Rediffusion  Y&R, said, "Anurag comes in to drive two of the key clients of this office and provide the sound strategic focus that is vital for them. I'm confident that he is a perfect fit for these businesses as well as Rediffusion."

"Rediffusion is growing at a very aggressive pace and I am really excited to be a part of this journey. I am confident that this association will definitely create magic in the coming days", says Anurag Tandon, business head, Rediffusion Y&R, Mumbai.

In his earlier stints, Tandon has worked with Leo Burnett and O&M. He began his career in 2000 as a management trainee at RK Swamy BBDO Advertising.

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Campaign India

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