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BBH moves into its official home in Mumbai

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BBH moves into its official home in Mumbai

BBH India has got its very own first official address in Mumbai. The agency, which has till now been operating out of its Kalpataru, Santacruz (East) office, has moved into its new office at Amiya Building, Linking Road in Santacruz (West).

Speaking to exchange4media, an excited Paul Ward, Head of Operations, BBH Group, said, “We are now all ready with the office, which we can call ‘Our Office’.” For Ward, the new office is “very simple and clean”. Based on the BBH international office structure, Ward elaborated that the new office was on the clean lines of whites, with the BBH red colour being more relevant in the background.

“The office at Kalpataru that we had started off in was incredible. It was from that place that we signed two big businesses. Hence, I hope that the same incredible positive energy transfers to our new office here,” he added.

The interiors have been designed by interior decorator Ritu Nanda. The new office will have 75 staff members. The agency also plans to throw a bash to celebrate the new office.


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