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Jul 06, 2022

Tithi Ghosh elevated as president and head of Ogilvy Bengaluru as Ram Moorthi moves on

Ghosh was managing partner

Tithi Ghosh elevated as president and head of Ogilvy Bengaluru as Ram Moorthi moves on
Ogilvy India has announced the elevation of Tithi Ghosh as president and head of its Bengaluru office.
Ghosh, who was managing partner, replaces Ram Moorthi, who has moved on after a 25-year stint with the agency. She has been with Ogilvy in Bengaluru since 2004.
Moorthi joined Ogilvy in 1997. During his stint, he has headed its Chennai office, led the IBM hub, helmed its PR function, and also led the Mumbai operations.
VR Rajesh, group president, Ogilvy India, said, “We would like to thank Ram, for giving so much to Ogilvy India. We will miss his passion to always do something different. Not a man to sit on his laurels, we are sure an all new venture is right around the corner. We wish him all the best and lots of love. We are also very lucky to have Tithi to take the baton from Ram. Tithi stands for everything that represents the culture of Ogilvy. The voice of guidance and wisdom is now going to be the hand that guides the next chapter of Ogilvy Bengaluru.”
Ghosh said, “In my 18 years in Ogilvy Bengaluru, I've had the good fortune of being part of teams that launched brands that today have grown to be some of India's most loved. To gain the same love and attention from digitally consummate and socially active consumers of today, requires fresh and new ways of thinking. Our team here has some incredible talent, folks who are passionate about what they do and create. I'm excited about the future as I believe we can partner our existing and prospective clients in changing the conversation around their brands.”
Piyush Pandey, chairperson global creative and executive chairperson India, Ogilvy, said, “Tithi has been my valuable partner for years.  And I am sure that in the coming years she will further strengthen our client relationships and creative excellence in our Bengaluru office.”
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