Campaign India Team
Oct 11, 2011

Suraja Kishore joins Publicis Ambience

Kishore has joined the agency as national planning director

Suraja Kishore joins Publicis Ambience

Publicis Ambience has brought in Suraja Kishore as national planning director. Kishore will head the strategic planning function for Publicis Ambience and will also be part of the Publicis executive committee for India. Kishore joins the agency from Lowe Lintas India, where he was senior vice president, planning. He will report to Nakul Chopra, chief executive officer, South Asia.
On Kishore’s appointment, Chopra, said, “With his unique background, his vast experience and the passion that he clearly has for the end creative product - I have absolutely no doubt that Suraja will bring tremendous value to not only Publicis Ambience and our clients but to the entire Publicis organisation in India.”
Ashish Khazanchi, vice chairman, Publicis Ambience, added, “Publicis Ambience is now ready to scale up substantially – Suraja with his experience on brands like Idea and Tata Tea comes with the ideal lineage to help us in the journey. He brings great enthusiasm and energy that I hope we can harness and spread through our agency.”
On his move from Lowe to Publicis Ambience, Kishore, said, "I was happy at Lowe but the opportunity at Publicis is not just creating something at a brand level, but to create things at an organisational level. I hope to make a difference to Publicis Ambience as a brand, in this larger role. Further, I look forward to partnering Ashish Khazanchi in creating some great work together and to having loads of fun on the way."

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