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Leo Burnett appoints Aman Mannan as Group Executive Creative Director

06-January-2015
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 Leo Burnett appoints Aman Mannan as Group Executive Creative Director

Leo Burnett India has announced the appointment of Aman Mannan as Group Executive Creative Director. Mannan will be based at Leo Burnett India’s head office in Mumbai and will work closely with RajDeepak Das towards creating work that strongly reflects the agency’s HumanKind philosophy. 

Speaking on his appointment, RajDeepak Das, Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett India, said, “I am really excited about Aman joining us as this further strengthens our creative team that is not only young but also extremely talented. Aman brings with him a lot of positive energy and newer storytelling ways that will help us find the right solutions to our clients’ problems.”

Aman Mannan commented on his joining, “This really is an exciting time to be part of Leo Burnett India. I look forward to working with both RajDeepak and Saurabh to create a wave of new age integrated work.” 

Mannan joins from DDB Mudra where he was Executive Creative Director. Prior to DDB Mudra, he has had stints with McCann Erickson and Interface Communications. In a career that spans more than a decade, he has worked across categories on brands such as Union Bank of India, Future Group, Godrej No. 1, Lipton, HBO, ICICI Lombard, Saffola, Parachute, Onida, Nerolac, Radio Mirchi, Tata Indicom, NDTV, Mahindra and Mahindra (Scorpio, Bolero, Maxx), Nerolac and Blue Star to name a few.

Aman’s work has won him accolades in both international and national circuits including the prestigious Cannes, Emvies, London International Awards, Abbys and Mirchi Kaan Awards.

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