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Kurush Grant succeeds Bharat Patel as ISA Chairman

18-September-2012
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Kurush Grant succeeds Bharat Patel as ISA Chairman

The ISA (Indian Society of Advertisers) has elected a new Chairman of the Executive Council – Kurush Grant, who is the Executive Director, ITC Ltd. Grant has been an active member of the Council for the last 15 years.

As Chairman, Grant said that he looked forward to next year being interesting and hoped BARC formation and other initiatives would be taken forward as appropriate. He also said that he saw continuous opportunities for working together in the Executive Council and with the members of the ISA.

The other office bearers are Bharat Bambawale, Director- Global Brand, Bharti Airtel Ltd., Vice-Chairman – North, N. Srikumar, Executive Director CC & Branding, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Vice Chairman – West, Ajoy Chawla, VP & Global Head, Titan & Retail, Titan Industries Limited, Vice Chairman – South, Paulomi Dhawan, Director, Landmarc Leisure Corporation Ltd – Honorary Treasurer and Hemant Bakshi, Executive Director – HPC, Hindustan Unilever Ltd, Chairman, Media Committee.

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