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Enormous strengthens senior creative team for its Mumbai & Delhi offices

07-December-2016
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Enormous strengthens senior creative team for its Mumbai & Delhi offices

Enormous Brands has recently appointed three Senior Creative Directors and one Creative Director in Mumbai and Delhi office respectively. The names include Shubhojit Sengupta, Umesh Grover, George Sebastian and Shailesh Khandeparkar.

Commenting on this, Ashish Khazanchi, Managing Partner, Enormous Brands said, "We are really proud to add such immensely talented senior people to the teams. They are going to have leadership roles in the two offices. All of the new members come with proven big campaigns behind them and I am sure they'll strengthen our strategic as well as the creative product."

Shubhojit Sengupta is joining the Mumbai office as Senior Creative Director and he has been in the ad-world for over 13 years. He has worked with agencies like Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, FCB, Lowe Lintas and has been associated with some of the biggest brands like Thums Up, Coca Cola, Hero Honda and HUL. His work made him bag awards at Cannes, One Show, Abbys, Effies, Kyoorious and Envies.

The other two Senior Creative Directors to join the Mumbai office are George Sebastian and Shailesh Khandeparkar.

Sebastian has spent nearly a decade in advertising. He comes from Grey, Mumbai. In the course of his career he has worked on brands like Gillette, 3M Scotch Brite, Fortis Hospitals, Britannia, United Spirits Limited, Indian Oil, TimesPro, TicTac, Kinder Joy, Bharti AXA, Kitchens of India and Reliance Telecom.

A graduate from Mumbai University, Khandeparkar has worked as an Art Director and Creative Director in Indian agencies including Ogilvy, Leo Burnett and DDB Mudra.

Umesh Grover has joined the Delhi office as Creative Director from Wieden and Kennedy, Delhi and has close to 11 years of experience. He started his career in advertising with TBWA in 2005, and then went on to work with agencies like JWT, Wieden Kenney, Ogilvy, Contract, DDB Mudra and McCann. He has worked on brands like, Indigo Airlines, Nokia, UNICEF, Royal Enfield, Vodafone, Philips and Tata Docomo. 

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