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Dentsu India appoints Indrajeet Mookerjee as Executive Vice President

03-November-2016
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Dentsu India appoints Indrajeet Mookerjee as Executive Vice President

Dentsu India, the full-service communication agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, has appointed Indrajeet Mookerjee as Executive Vice President. Mookerjee has spent two decades in the communication business having worked in some of the leading agencies including Lowe Lintas, Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, Rediffusion Young & Rubicam and TBWA in India and Indonesia. In his last role, he was the Managing Director of Soho Square, Indonesia, part of the Ogilvy group.

Some of the marquee brands he has worked on are Unilever, Nestle, Mondelez, Heinz, Adani Wilmar, Arvind Brands, Cathay Pacific, Himalaya Herbal, Sab Miller, Suntory Garuda and L’Oreal.

Commenting on his appointment, Simi Sabhaney, CEO, Dentsu India, said, “Indrajeet brings with him a breadth of experience across various categories. His endeavour would be to add value to the businesses in his portfolio, to consolidate relationships and nurture talent. He is a great team player and a joy to work with.”

On joining Dentsu India, Mookerjee said, “These are exciting times in the communication business in India with rules being re-written and Dentsu India has been in the forefront in leading this change.I am really excited in my new role and looking forward to doing some amazing work at Dentsu.”

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