Campaign India Team
Dec 03, 2014

Trishay Kotwal, Sreejith Kodoth join Rediffusion Y&R

The duo will head the creative for Mumbai along with Sambit Mishra, Vihar Patkar, Virendra Tivrekar and Tony Pereira

Trishay Kotwal, Sreejith Kodoth join Rediffusion Y&R
Rediffusion Y&R has announced the appointment of Trishay Kotwal and Sreejith Kodoth as creative head, Mumbai. The duo joined the agency in November and will report to Komal Bedi Sohal, CCO, Rediffusion Y&R.
 
This is Kotwal's second stint at the agency. Prior to this he was with FCB Ulka. In a career spanning 13 years he has also worked with McCann Erickson, Alok Nanda and Company, 
Ambience Publicis and Enterprise Nexus.
 
Kodoth too has experience of 13 years. He joins the agency from JWT. He has also worked with Salt Brand Solutions, DDB Mudra and O&M. 
 
These two join Sambit Mishra, Vihar Patkar, Virendra Tivrekar (joined earlier this year) and Tony Pereira as heads of the Mumbai team creative. 
 
Komal Bedi Sohal, CCO, Rediffusion Y&R, said, “ The creative talent on board bring with them years of experience, in-depth knowledge on almost all major categories and a wonderful energy & craft to the platform. They are all multi-talented and brimming with new age ideas. It is going to be great fun to work with them.” 
 
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