Campaign India Team
May 04, 2017

Zenith ropes in Atul Sharma, Love Guglani and Swati Jha as SVPs

Sharma and Guglani to be New Delhi based while Jha is based in Mumbai

From left - Sharma, Guglani and Jha
From left - Sharma, Guglani and Jha
Zenith has announced the appointments of Atul Sharma, Love Guglani and Swati Jha as senior vice presidents.
Based in New Delhi, Sharma’s mandate includes Nestle, Truecaller, Yatra, and more. He joins from Madison Communications.
Also based in New Delhi is Guglani. He will head the second business unit which includes Cargill, LVMH, Jabong, Micromax, Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) and Aviva among others. Guglani moves from Lodestar UM.
Swati Jha has joined the Mumbai office to head the agency’s West India operations. Her last stint was with Madison.
Tanmay Mohanty, group CEO, Zenith India said, “Our best in class data, tools, insights and strategy have led to a high pitch win rate and great performance on existing businesses. We are pleased to announce these three senior-level hires for Zenith who will help us upscale our operations, in line with our accelerated growth and momentum. I look forward to our new appointees bringing in fresh vigour, enthusiasm and passion to the organisation and embracing Zenith’s unique and highly differentiated offering.”
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