Arati Rao
Apr 15, 2011

Roy Menezes joins Creativeland Asia as creative director of digital operations

He moves from Rediffusion Wunderman

Roy Menezes joins Creativeland Asia as creative director of digital operations

Creativeland Asia has brought Roy Menezes on board as creative director of its digital operations.  

Menezes’ experience spans across print, television and the digital medium. He was previously with Rediffusion - Wunderman as a creative director. He has also been with RMG Connect and Tribal DDB in the past.

Commenting on Menezes’ appointment, Sajan Raj Kurup, founder and creative chairman, Creativeland Asia said, “In the last few years, we have reinforced our hold of the digital media and have successfully executed some very brilliant campaigns in the digital space which have been applauded and awarded world over. While I met several people, Roy’s mastery over the medium and his passion for creativity made me finally bring him on board. I’m sure his judgment, drive and experience will take us much further.”

On his new role, Menezes commented, “I am all geared up to work as part of one of the hottest creative and strategic solutions companies in Asia. What drew me towards Creativeland is the high culture and creativity; while all the work has been very distinct from each other, they all carry the same appeal. The campaigns have been unique in approach, uncompromising in delivery and most relevant and effective for brands. It excites me to see how I can put my experience to create.”

Campaign India

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