Campaign India Team
Oct 16, 2009

Suranjan Das to head M&C Saatchi Mumbai

M&C Saatchi India has appointed Suranjan Das as executive director. In his new role, Suranjan would be heading the Mumbai office of M&C Saatchi.Prior to this, Das was vice president and client services director at JWT Mumbai, before he was seconded to head Fortune Communications Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of JWT India, in January 2006.

Suranjan Das to head M&C Saatchi Mumbai

M&C Saatchi India has appointed Suranjan Das as executive director. In his new role, Suranjan would be heading the Mumbai office of M&C Saatchi.

Prior to this, Das was vice president and client services director at JWT Mumbai, before he was seconded to head Fortune Communications Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of JWT India, in January 2006.

Kamal Oberoi, chairman and managing director, M&C Saatchi India, said, "It is great to have Suranjan as part of our senior team. He inherits an operation that is fast developing a reputation for creative excellence. I am certain Suranjan will ensure that our creative excellence continues and that our office will make great strides in developing and attracting new business."

Said Das, "I am truly delighted to be joining the M&C Saatchi family. This is a terrific team with the perfect blend of youth, dynamism and experience. We share the same set of values and the same commitment to creativity and brand engagement."

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Campaign India

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