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Contract brings on board Mayur Hola as ECD

23-October-2013
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Contract brings on board Mayur Hola as ECD

Mayur Hola joins Contract India as Executive Creative Director, based in Delhi. This is Hola’s second stint at Contract.

He moves from McCann, where he had worked on award winning campaigns such as Pan Vilas’ ‘Shauq Badi Cheez Hai’ and the Nescafé - Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy work, for which his team won an integrated Abby and the Marketing Campaign of the Year at the CMO Asia Awards.

Commenting on Hola’s appointment, Ashish Chakravarthy, National Creative Director, Contract India said, “Mayur is a fantastic new addition to our rapidly growing Delhi branch, and he will lead the creative charge of that office from here on. In the last few years, his work on brands such as Nescafé, Dish TV, and Chevrolet, has been noticed, applauded and awarded. Plus, he is a fabulous team-builder, so I am positive that with him on board, Contract, Delhi is going to be a revved up, happy place.”

Hola had He started his career in advertising with McCann as a writer, where he spent close to seven years over three stints. At McCann, he launched the life insurance brand PNB MetLife with its ‘Be Double Sure’ work, conceived Dish TV’s ‘Dish Sawaar Hai’ campaign and carried forward the Chevy Cruze brand for GM, in addition to the Nescafé campaign.

Over the course of his career, Hola has also worked with TBWA, where he headed the Delhi office, Grey and Contract. 

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