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P Subramanian quits Lowe Lintas Chennai as VP

10-December-2013
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P Subramanian quits Lowe Lintas Chennai as VP

P Subramanian, Vice-President, Lowe Lintas Chennai has put in his papers. A highly placed source has confirmed the news to exchange4media and also said that Subramanian had resigned from his post in November-end. His next destination is not known.

Subramanian could not be contacted at the time of filing this report.

He had joined Lowe Lintas in August 2013. Prior to Lowe Lintas, he was with OTS Advertising, and before that, he was with Ogilvy & Mather, where he was Head of Client Servicing. He was earlier with Interface Communications Chennai, where he was made Branch Manager in May 2006.

Subramanian has over 19 years of experience in advertising and has also worked with agencies such as TBWA and Lintas. Some of the brands that he has worked on include Apple, Reynolds, Margo from Henkel, Tafe Tractors, Club Mahindra, Business Line and Arun Ice Creams, among others.

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