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AMO Communications makes two senior level appointments

05-December-2005
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AMO Communications makes two senior level appointments

In keeping with its growing business, AMO Communications has got on board Manoj Mahalley as Associate Creative Director and Pradeep Shindolkar as a Senior Art Director.

Mahalley has a total of eight years of experience and has worked with Mudra, Lintas and Percept. He has a Masters degree in Fine Arts and is a great creative talent. Mahalley said, “I worked at Mudra for a year before joining AMO and was part of the team which set up the Brand Therapist division. AMO is a very promising agency and has lots of potential to grow. We have a fantastic creative team and my job will be to churn out the best possible creatives.”

Shindolkar was with Art Advertising for three and a half years and was working on Anchor Electricals. This Bachelor of Fine Arts has worked in Lintas in his nine years of working life. His prime client in AMO will be the recently acquired Sahara Filmy account. “I am excited to join AMO, it’s a good agency. I will be reporting to Manoj and hope to have a great time here,” said Shindolkar.

AMO Communications is a five-year old advertising agency and has clients ranging from FMCG, durable, lifesyle and IT domains. The agency has won six awards in four years and has the appetite to win lots more.

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