Gagan Bindra has rejoined Scarecrow Communications as the Assistant Creative Director, Art in Mumbai office. This will be his second innings at the agency and he will be reporting to Kapil Tammal, Executive Creative Director at Scarecrow.
Commenting on his joining, Bindra said, “I am very excited to join back, as Scarecrow is full of opportunities and clients. I want to grab these opportunities and do something.”
In his first stint at the agency, he worked with brands like DNA, Core Education, Gujarat Congress, Danone B'lue, Rupa, Vimal and DLF. In May 2013, he had moved to Ogilvy, Mumbai where he had worked on Vodafone, Westside, DB Realty, Asian Paints and others.
Manish Bhatt, Founder, Director, Scarecrow Communications mentioned, “I appreciate that he has put his faith in Scarecrow twice during his career. Indeed, people like him have played a fundamental role in shaping Scarecrow what it is today. In future, Scarecrow is looking forward to more of such reunions! All the best Gagan.”
Bindra started his advertising career with Orchard Advertising as the Senior Visualizer. Then he moved to McCann Worldgroup as the Senior Art Director.
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