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Jitender Dabas elevated to Chief Strategy Officer McCann India

Jitender Dabas elevated to Chief Strategy Officer McCann India

Author | exchange4media News Service | Tuesday, Feb 16,2016 8:42 AM

Jitender Dabas elevated to Chief Strategy Officer McCann India

At McCann India has made some key announcements.  

Jitender Dabas who joined McCann Delhi in January 2011, has been elevated to Chief Strategy Officer – McCann Worldgroup India.

Suraja Kishore, who joined McCann Mumbai in Nov 2013 has been elevated to National Head Planning—Truth Central.

Punit Kapoor, who Joined MRM McCann in May 2006 and was heading its Delhi operations has been elevated as Vice President & General Manager for all India operations of MRM McCann.

Commenting on these promotions, Prasoon Joshi – Chairman McCann Asia Pacific & CEO McCann Worldgroup India said “I am happy to announce these promotions. Over these year,Jitender brings forth an intricate understanding of brands coupled with Leadership in building a stellar strategic planning team. I am confident he will bring tremendous value to the organization at McCann Worldgroup level. Suraja who has been instrumental at great brand work will now also head the “Truth Central” which is McCann Worldgroup’s Global Thought leadership unit engagedin creating original research, unearthing unique truths to help shape and grow clients’ businesses. Punit, who has helped grow MRM’s Delhi business year on year beyond industry average is ready to take on the challenge for MRM at national level”

McCann has had an exemplary run over the last few years. From new business to helping existing brands face the challenges of market situations to being the No1 agency for 3 years in a row according to the Gunn report, McCann India is scaling new heights. And our team, especially the members above, have contributed significantly in our journey and I am positive that our brands and businesses will benefit from their expertise”.

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