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Creativeland Asia appoints Srijib Mallik as COO

08-July-2013
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Creativeland Asia appoints Srijib Mallik as COO

Creativeland Asia has brought on board Srijib Mallik as the Chief Operating Officer of the company. Mallik will initially set up and front expansion plans in the NCR region, before driving the growth agenda internationally.

Sajan RaJ Kurup, Founder and Creative Chairman, Creativeland Asia said, “It is wonderful to have Srijib as a part of the Creativeland community. His passion for creativity, sound business acumen, coupled with an equal ease in both national and international sensibilities made us choose him after a vast search. There are exciting times ahead.”

Mallik comes with more than 15 years of advertising and marketing communications experience across W+K, London and India; Saatchi & Saatchi; Publicis, Singapore and India; and JWT, India; among others.

His most recent title was as Head of Bates CHI & Partners for Delhi and Mumbai.

Mallik said, “I am thrilled to be a part of Creativeland. The community is young and growing. The work is outstanding and the culture is brilliant. My agenda will be to leverage the Creativeland equity, nurture our culture of ‘Good Creative Upbringing’ and drive our business across markets.”

He has worked on brands including Pepsi, Nokia, HP, Cisco,  Pizza Hut, Royal Enfield, General Motors, to name a few. Mallik is a Sloan fellow from the London Business School, who dabbles in Vedic astrology and start-up consulting.

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