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Cheil India makes senior creative appointments

13-July-2016
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Cheil India makes senior creative appointments

Cheil India has announced the appointment of Tarvinderjit Singh as Executive Creative Director and Siddharth Dyalchand, Group Creative Director under Sagar Mahabaleshwarkar’s charge.

 Speaking on the occasion, Sagar Mahabaleshwarkar, Chief Creative Officer, Cheil India, said, “The year 2016 has been bigger and better for us with a number of business wins and a string of awards at creative festivals. Going forward, we are going to be even more aggressive. To gear up for the challenge, we are thrilled to have Tarvinderjit, who needs no introduction and Siddharth, an ace in the industry, partnering us. I look forward to working with them to create successful and impactful campaigns as we bring alive the magic of technology & creativity.”

Tarvinderjit Singh has over 16 years of impeccable track record in the industry with his last stint at McCann as an Executive Creative Director. He has lent his skill and expertise to drive award winning campaigns for key clients such as, Chevrolet, Dettol, Metlife, UNICEF, Wrigley, Samsung, Uninor, Seagram, Perfetti, Airtel, Thums Up, Dabur, Schneider Electric, Government of Uttar Pradesh and Delhi Police. His exemplary work has also won him accolades at various forums such as, GoaFest, Kyoorius D&AD Design Awards and Global Brand Excellence Awards. In his professional pursuit, he has been a significant contributor to the growth curve at Ogilvy, McCann Erickson, Leo Burnett, Grey Worldwide, Rediffusion Y&R and Bates CHI&Partners.

Siddharth Dyalchand comes with over 12 years experience in the industry. Previously, he was associated with Havas Worldwide as Sr. Creative Director. He has lent his expertise to various brands like Nestle, Fritolay, Nokia, Uninor, Sony Six, Del Monte, Kohinoor condoms, Dettol, Harpic, Moov, Itchguard and Gaviscon. He was also associated with JWT and Mudra Communications in the past.

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