Campaign India Team
Jun 03, 2008

TBWA promotes Madan Mohan and Nirmalya Sen

TBWA India Chairman George John announced the elevation of Madan Mohan, senior VP, TBWA India-West, (pictured) and Nirmalya Sen, senior VP, TBWA India-North, to the positions of COO West and North respectively. Speaking on the promotions, John told Campaign India, “Today, we are recognized by TBWA as one of the two fastest growing offices worldwide. Madan and Nirmalya played their respective roles very well to make it possible. These promotions are well deserved.”Both will report to Shiv Sethuraman who will join the agency on June 16.

TBWA promotes Madan Mohan and Nirmalya Sen

TBWA India Chairman George John announced the elevation of Madan Mohan, senior VP, TBWA India-West, (pictured) and Nirmalya Sen, senior VP, TBWA India-North, to the positions of COO West and North respectively. 

Speaking on the promotions, John told Campaign India, “Today, we are recognized by TBWA as one of the two fastest growing offices worldwide. Madan and Nirmalya played their respective roles very well to make it possible. These promotions are well deserved.”

Both will report to Shiv Sethuraman who will join the agency on June 16.

Kurien Mathews, director, TBWA India, commented, “We’ve grown very rapidly in the past three years and this is reflected in  the quality of our work and the client portfolio and the overall satisfaction levels that I see from our clients. Madan and Nirmalya led the effort that made this possible in their respective regions.”

 

Source:
Campaign India

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