Campaign India Team
Dec 01, 2020

Year-ender 2020: 'Lage raho mankind' - Piyush Pandey

We ask industry leaders for a learning from 2020 and one thing that they want from 2021

Piyush Pandey
Piyush Pandey
Enough has been said about 2020. Campaign India is closing out the year by asking industry leaders about what has this different year taught them and what do they want from the year that comes up.
Here's what Piyush Pandey, worldwide CCO, and executive chairman - India, Ogilvy, had to say:
One learning from the magical year 2020?
I always associate the word ‘magic’ with wonderful good things. By that definition there was hardly anything magical about 2020. The only magical thing was the spirit of doctors and health workers, security personnel, volunteers and many other brave hearts who risked their own lives to save others.  I salute the magic of their spirit, worldwide.  
One thing you want from the year 2021?
What I want from 2021 is that God gives us the strength to find solutions to our problems in the spirit to reconstruct our lives. Lage raho mankind. 


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