Campaign India Team
Aug 14, 2015

Things They Like: Ayesha Ghosh

Contract Advertising's Ayesha Ghosh on her trek to the Great Lakes in Kashmir, being a non-Apple person and more...

Things They Like: Ayesha Ghosh
The senior vice president and general manager of Contract Advertising’s Mumbai office is one of the few adlanders who have steered clear of the seemingly ubiquitous Apple portfolio. Ghosh uses a HTC One Mini as her mobile phone. The reason for this purchase was simple – it seemed the best choice at the time. Her laptop, a Lenovo, is in line with the office policy. The tablet she uses is a gift from her brother, a Google Nexus.
 
Ghosh also uses a Kindle. She reasons, “If there’s one thing that’s better than a good book, it is several good books.”
 
When it comes to brands for office wear and casual wear, Ghosh isn’t picky. She’ll pick up anything as long as she ‘likes the look of it’.
 
Clinique Happy is the adlander’s preference when it comes to perfumes.
 
Ghosh currently drives a Honda City to work. The car on her wishlist is a Skoda Yeti.  
 
A holiday that stays fresh in Ghosh’s memory is a trek she took a couple of years ago. She’d trekked 14,000 feet above sea level to the Kashmir Great Lake Area. She explains, “It was unforgettable. At a height of 14,000 feet, replete with azure lakes, awe inspiring mountains and green meadows.” 
 
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