Campaign India Team
Sep 01, 2015

thought blurb appoints Rajan Narayan as CEO

He was president and CEO at Quadrant Communications

thought blurb appoints Rajan Narayan as CEO
thought blurb, a Mumbai-headquartered design and advertising agency with offices in Kochi and Delhi, has appointed Rajan Narayan as its CEO. Prior to this Narayan was CEO and president at Quadrant Communications.
 
This is the first time the agency has appointed a CEO. 
 
Narayan said, “It is exciting to drive the growth of thought blurb. I believe that it is an opportune time for us at thought blurb as we have proved our strengths. My mandate to take thought blurb to its next level of growth trajectory will also be aided by the growing awareness on the importance of strategy and design among the marketers. The team at thought blurb is hungry to do much more."
 
Vinod Kunj, managing partner, thought blurb, said, “Author, app developer, advertising man. An extremely interesting person with a well rounded approach to work and life, Rajan is just the kind of guy to lead a bunch of interesting, quirky, creative minds at thought blurb. I know Rajan from the days we worked together at Lintas more than 15 years ago. Then as now, he is an exacting professional with an intuitive knowledge of communication and brands. With his experience and expertise, Rajan will work closely with the various branches and divisions to usher in the next level of growth for thought blurb."
 
In a career spanning 20 years, he has also worked at FCB Ulka, McCann Erickson, Young & Rubicam, Lintas, Ogilvy & Matter and Business India Group.
 
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