Campaign India Team
Jul 07, 2009

Text 100 hires Amit Chaudhery as MD, India


Text 100 hires Amit Chaudhery as MD, India


Text 100 has announced the appointment of Amit Chaudhery (pictured) as managing director for its India operations. Chaudhery joins Text 100 from Motorola India where he was head of communications and corporate affairs. His new mandate includes responsibility for overall leadership, strategy and direction of the business in India incorporating Text 100, GRO and sister agency Vox. He will report to Rowan Benecke, Text 100's Regional Consultancy Director for APAC.

Speaking about the appointment, Benecke said, "It’s a great pleasure to welcome Amit to Text 100. We are all excited about the prospect of working with, learning from, and growing the Indian business together in what is going to be yet another demanding year ahead. Amit’s experience, maturity and profile within India will ensure our clients and prospects continue to prosper with Text 100 India."

Added Chaudhery, "Text 100 has had a strong name in the Indian market place for over 10 years, along with its impressive client portfolio. Taking on a new role at such times as these will have its challenges, however, I’m looking forward to working with such an experienced and dedicated team to continue to deliver and develop the great client work that Text 100 is known for.”

Chaudhery joins Text 100 with 20 years experience across advertising, journalism, public relations, corporate affairs, television producing and acting.


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