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Khushi Advertising hires Nitin Navalkar as Head – Experiential Marketing

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Khushi Advertising hires Nitin Navalkar as Head – Experiential Marketing

In a recent development, Nitin Navalkar has joined Khushi Advertising to spearhead their Experiential Marketing unit. Navalkar comes with a wealth of experience within mainline advertising, marketing communications and activation, having spent the last three years at Onida where he was instrumental in leading campaigns which establishedthe new face of Onida.

Prior to Onida, Navalkar has worked with Ogilvy Action for around six years where he played a pivotal role in acquiring and managing numerous large corporate accounts and has executed some of the most acclaimed campaigns.

Navalkar said, “I moved to Khushi to be with a company that is on the cutting edge of ambient media solutions. I am excited to start a new challenge with Khushi and look forward to working with the team to further enhance their bouquet of service offerings. I wanted to work with a company that is constantly evolving and doing both, different things and things differently. This gives me an opportunity to channelize my penchant and passion for Experiential Marketing.”

Pranay Shah, Director– Khushi Advertising said, “Nitin brings a great new perspective and skill set to our team. His appointment will prove to be a long stride in our path to growth, as we are confident that he will infuse new energy into our Experiential Marketing unit and scale it to new heights. I am upbeat about this new addition to our team and am certain that Nitin will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality Experiential Marketing solutions for our clients.”

Vishnu Telang, CEO– Khushi Advertising commented, “The increasing demand from our clients for Experiential Marketing solutions warrantedan addition to our team who would fit in with our ethos of client orientation and exceptional service, and we are fortunate to have found someone of Nitin’s calibre to fulfil this role. He is a fantastic addition, and we’re excited to have him on board as our company grows.”


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