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Kapil Batra, Puneet Kapoor take on larger responsibilities at McCann Worldgroup India

22-February-2017
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Kapil Batra, Puneet Kapoor take on larger responsibilities at McCann Worldgroup India

McCann Worldgroup India has homegrown talent, Kapil Batra and Puneet Kapoor taking on larger responsibilities.

In Bangalore, Kapoor has moved in to helm the creative. Kapoor, who spent two years in the McCann Mumbai operations working on Parachute, Saffola, Complan, Glucon-D, Asian Paints, Piramal iRange, IDFC Bank, Park Avenue and Fanta (South-east Asia region) brands, is now in partnership with Dilip Ashoka - Head of McCann South India operations steering work on TVS, Britannia along with ITC Ashirvaad.

In Delhi, Batra has moved to the position of the Creative Head for McCann Delhi operations. He has helped build many key brands including Perfetti and PayTm. 

Prasoon Joshi said, "Kapil and Puneet have strengthened McCann with their commitment and hard work. Kapil's talent and integrity and Puneet's experience and drive along with the guidance and support from our National Creative Directors - Pradyumana Chauhan and Prateek Bhardwaj- will ensure that in their new roles, they will enrich the organisation further.”

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