Campaign India Team
Oct 07, 2009

TBWA India makes new appointments across functions

TBWA India has announced the appointment of new talent for its Mumbai office. Eight new people have been hired since August this year across various functions.Anil Kumar joins as associate creative director, from Lowe. He has worked on several campaigns for brands such as Britannia, Titan Fast Track and ICICI Prudential.Bhakti Pathak joins as art director, she was previously with O&M.Deepthy MS joins as art director, she was earlier working with Temple Advertising.Hitesh Jain joins as senior copy writer, he was formerly with O&M.

TBWA India makes new appointments across functions

TBWA India has announced the appointment of new talent for its Mumbai office. Eight new people have been hired since August this year across various functions.

Anil Kumar joins as associate creative director, from Lowe. He has worked on several campaigns for brands such as Britannia, Titan Fast Track and ICICI Prudential.

Bhakti Pathak joins as art director, she was previously with O&M.

Deepthy MS joins as art director, she was earlier working with Temple Advertising.

Hitesh Jain joins as senior copy writer, he was formerly with O&M.

Aditya Anupkumar joins as senior account executive, he was earlier with JWT. Sunil Nair has come on board as national IT head, he was earlier with Nielsen.

It may be recalled that Kalyan Chellapalli joined the agency from Contract Advertising to head Disruption, while Gayatri Gogate from Leo Burnett joined as VP, Account Management.

Madan Mohan COO, West, TBWA India commented on the appointments, “The arrival of these new people is part of a conscious plan to bring in fresh blood, especially so in the creative function. They all bring with them varied skills and learnings from different agencies that we hope will work to the benefit of TBWA India and its clients. More importantly they bring with them new energy and zeal - this can only make us stronger as time goes by.”

Ashit Desai, group creative director, TBWA, Mumbai added, “As it is our endeavor to constantly improve our output, it is important that we have the right team to achieve this. With the new additions to the team, I am confident that we are getting closer to that perfect team which will help us deliver great work.”
 

 

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Campaign India

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