Campaign India Team
Sep 03, 2020

Srija Chatterjee exits Publicis Worldwide India

The agency has decided to dissolve the role of MD for Publicis Worldwide India

Srija Chaterjee
Srija Chaterjee
Publicis India has announced the exit of Srija Chatterjee, managing director, Publicis Worldwide India. 
The agency has announced that Chatterjee will not be replaced.  
 
The Groupe recently announced the integration of BBH and a joint leadership team of Subhash Kamath and Russell Barrett to oversee BBH-PWW.
 
Subhash Kamath, CEO, BBH-PWW,  said, “We thank Srija for all her contribution to PWW and wish her all the very best in her future endeavours. Publicis Worldwide stands at an important growth juncture and with very talented teams and a robust brand portfolio already in place, we will continue to build on the momentum. Srija will be missed.”
 
Chatterjee had joined Publicis India from MullenLowe Singapore where she was global business director. 
 
Her departure continues the churn at Publicis India. In July 2020, Ajay Gahlaut had resigned as CCO and MD of Publicis Worldwide India, while Neeraj Bassi had quit as chief strategy officer. Meanwhile, Vikash Chemjong and Basabjit "Tito" Mazumdar were elevated to the roles of joint national creative directors and Sanju Menon was elevated as COO, Publicis Ambience and Publicis Beehive, taking over from Paritosh Srivastava, who was appointed managing director of L&K Saatchi & Saatchi. 
 

 

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