Eularie Saldanha
Dec 06, 2022

WATCH: Industry reacts to 2022 in a nutshell

In a fun video, industry veterans tell us about their experiences in 2022 and what they want to avoid seeing in 2023

WATCH: Industry reacts to 2022 in a nutshell

Campaign India is celebrating the last month of the year by engaging with industry leaders and asking them about the year gone by. 


Along with their responses this year, we have taken a fun twist by getting some of the industry to showcase their feelings on video. 


We spoke to Anita Kotwani, CEO, Carat India and lead, Dentsu Gaming; Lulu Raghavan, managing director, Landor & Fitch India; Ninad Umargekar, chief marketing strategist, JG Hosiery; Raj Kamble, founder and CCO, Famous Innovations; Nisha Singhania, managing partner and CEO, Infectious Advertising; Partha Sinha, president, The Times of India Group and Josy Paul, chairperson and CCO, BBDO India, to ask them what they love about advertising, how they spent their year in terms of work-life balance and what they do not want to see in 2023. 


We have already started to roll out thoughts of industry leaders on our website. 

Also read:

Year-ender 2022: We forgot we were humans marketing to humans - Titus Upputuru

Year-ender 2022: Traditional agencies have what it takes to deliver experiential/digital ideas better than specialist - Sambit Mohanty

Year-ender 2022: Logic plus magic in the perfect dose is what creative agencies must persevere for - Vineet Singh Hukmani

Year-ender 2022: Tech makes it possible, but creativity makes it brilliant - Rahul Mathew

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