Campaign India Team
Jun 09, 2022

RepIndia elevates Nazneen Joshi, Nikhil Kashyap and Neelanjan Dasgupta

Joshi was vice president, brand strategy and Kashyap was AVP, business strategy, whereas Dasgupta was creative director

From left: Nazneen Joshi, Nikhil Kashyap and Neelanjan Dasgupta
From left: Nazneen Joshi, Nikhil Kashyap and Neelanjan Dasgupta
Digital agency, RepIndia, has announced the elevation of Nazneen Joshi, Nikhil Kashyap and Neelanjan Dasgupta. 
Joshi has been elevated as senior vice president - business and strategy (West). Prior to this, she was vice president, brand strategy. 
In her new role, she will be branch head for the agency’s Mumbai office and dedicate her expertise to accelerating revenue growth, settling new markets and developing business strategy.
Kashyap, who was AVP, business strategy, has been appointed as vice president - business and strategy (North). He will now be responsible for bringing his knowledge and experience to expand the agency’s client base, drive profitability, set new markets, and develop sustainable growth strategies. 
Dasgupta is now creative head (West). He has been elevated from his previous role as creative director. He will lead the creative strategy across brands for RepIndia, covering Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata. 
With these elevations, the agency aims to sustain its momentum and expand its frontiers across strategy, creativity and technology.
Archit Chenoy, CEO, RepIndia, said, “When we think of the strides that we have made over the last few years, it is impossible to not mention the efforts and dedication of our senior leadership team led ably by Nazneen, Nikhil and Neel. For us, they exemplify everything that RepIndia stands for: the energy, the passion, the creative spark and, above all else, the humility and professionalism. I would like to extend my congratulations to them all! We have no doubt that all three will continue to brilliantly represent RepIndia and shine in their new roles.”
Campaign India

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