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Nakul Sharma and Tirtha Ghosh join Havas Worldwide Gurgaon as ECDs

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Nakul Sharma and Tirtha Ghosh join Havas Worldwide Gurgaon as ECDs

Nakul and Tirtha begin a new innings at the Gurgaon office of Havas Worldwide. The duo come from Mc Cann Delhi. 
Sharma has worked at Bates, Grey and Leo Burnett, before a long stint at Mc Cann. He has created campaigns for brands like Coke, GM, Nescafe and LG. 

Ghosh has been with Contract and Equus before he joined Mc Cann. His portfolio includes work on Coke, GM, Nescafe and NIIT, amongst others. 

On their new agency, Sharma said, "Havas has already got momentum behind it. We will push the envelope even further and help put some of the biggest brands in the country on an unprecedented roll." Ghosh said, "Havas presents a brilliant launchpad for us to take an interesting set of accounts to the next level." 

Satbir Singh, Chief Creative Officer & Managing Partner, Havas WW India, commented, "We are now getting into an overdrive for growth and quality and building a team that will contribute to that effect. I had the lads in my radar for a while and am delighted to welcome them on board." 

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