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Dushyant Chopra returns to Grey Group as Creative Director (Art)

20-September-2014
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Dushyant Chopra returns to Grey Group as Creative Director (Art)

Grey Group India has appointed one of its former creative team members back in their Gurgaon office. Dushyant Chopra rejoins the agency as Creative Director and Head of Art.

During his first stint at Grey, Chopra had been actively involved in launch campaigns for Honda Brio and initiatives such as the India Bike Week for Fox Traveller. He had also worked on the brand campaign for National Geographic - Unlock.

On his joining back, Malvika Mehra, National Creative Director and Senior Vice President, Grey Worldwide, India said, “It’s rare to come across good talent. Rarer still having it come with a great work attitude. Dushyant seems to have both and I couldn’t be happier welcoming the prodigal son back into the Grey fold in less than eight months.”

In a career spanning almost 13 years, and apart from Grey, Chopra has worked for agencies such as OgilvyOne Worldwide, Rediffusion Y&R and Iris Worldwide. He has handled some leading brands across verticals like American Express, ITC Hotels, Cisco, Honda, Fujifilm, National Geographic, Fox Traveller, Sony Ericsson, DishTV, Videocon, GSK, General Motors, Chivas, Avaya, Adidas and Intex Mobile Phones. 

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