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Famous Innovations ropes in G V Krishnan as CEO, South

10-October-2016
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Famous Innovations ropes in G V Krishnan as CEO, South

Famous Innovations has announced the appointment of G V Krishnan as CEO for South. Krishnan will work out of Famous Bangalore heading the agency operations in South, while planning the growth strategy for other markets in India and overseas.

Raj Kamble, Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Famous Innovations, commented, “It is an honour to have GVK on board. He brings immense energy and passion to the table, and in spite of nearly 3 decades in the business, he is excited with ideas and always hungry to do more. He is just the right person to take our venture in the South, and beyond, to the next level.”

Krishnan added, “Raj’s childlike enthusiasm and genuine love for creativity and innovation is what made me fall in love with Famous. I have always believed in free-spirited entrepreneurial way of working and see a great opportunity in building an enterprise which is future facing and create ideas that build businesses. The agency has grown tremendously in stature over the last 3 years with work on large brands like Raymond, Titan, Nestle, Snapdeal, Myntra and look forward to building a richly diverse portfolio with brave innovative clients.

Krishnan comes with a total experience of 25+years. While he had spent 8 years at Lowe heading the operations in South, earlier was a client managing brand and business mandates at Airtel, FoodWorld, BPL Mobile etc. He holds a master’s degree in management and has completed a stint in Strategic Marketing from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.

 

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