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McCann Erickson ropes in Ravinder Siwach

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McCann Erickson ropes in Ravinder Siwach

Ravinder Siwach has joined McCann Erickson as Executive Creative Director at the agency’s Delhi office. His last stint was with DDB Mudra.

At the agency, Siwach will work on prestigious brands such as Coke, Dish TV, GM, Dabur and Nestle, shared an official release.

“Meeting Prasoon was quite an inspiring experience and I look forward to working with him. It’s incredible how McCann Delhi has grown to be one of the largest offices in the country over the last few years and today handles some of the biggest and most admired brands in the country. I am rather excited to be a part of team McCann,” said Siwach.

Siwach has been part of the industry for over 13 years. He has worked across agencies including iB&W, Everest and Contract, before moving to DDB Mudra. He spent the last five years at DDB Mudra, where he headed Ahmedabad and Delhi offices as ECD and Creative Head.

He has worked on brands such as Honda, Yamaha, Dominos, Dabur, Rotomac, Electrolux, YOU Broadband, Arvind Retail, Future Group, Union Bank of India, Reliance DTH (then BIG TV), among others.

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