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Piyush Pandey nominated to Ogilvy Worldwide Board

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Piyush Pandey nominated to Ogilvy Worldwide Board

Ogilvy & Mather on Friday announced that Piyush Pandey, Chairman and National Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather India, has been nominated on the Ogilvy Worldwide Board.

Confirming the nomination, S N Rane, Co-Executive Chairman and COO, Ogilvy India and South Asia, said, “This is a great honor for Piyush and Ogilvy India. It is well deserved and well overdue.”

Addressing Ogilvy’s Worldwide Heads of Offices and Senior Management, Shelly Lazarus, Chairman and CEO, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide said, “Piyush’s creative leadership is well respected both in India and abroad. His work has won numerous prestigious national and international awards, besides being the first Asian ever to serve as the President of the Cannes Jury. We have been fortunate to have Piyush’s talent on the Worldwide Creative Council for the past several years. We are now even more fortunate to have him on the Worldwide Board.”

She added, “Piyush brings another creative voice to the board. Piyush adds to the tremendous wealth of wisdom and experience we have in our board colleagues and I will welcome his contribution going forward.”


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