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Rediffusion Y&R announces changes in top leadership

06-February-2015
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Rediffusion Y&R announces changes in top leadership

Rediffusion Y & R has announced the elevation of Kavita Kailas as the new Chief Strategy Officer, while Prithviraj Banerjee has been promoted to Strategy Planning-Head, Everest Brand Solutions.

“For quite some time, Gautam Talwar has been nurturing the idea of pursuing interests beyond advertising. And I think the time has come to allow him to follow his passions. So after a hard-working stint Gautam is taking a break before deciding what his next chapter should be. I thank him for all his support. I am happy to announce two new changes,” said Dhunji S. Wadia, President, Rediffusion Y & R.

He added, “Kavita Kailas gets promoted to Chief Strategy Officer and will continue to be the lighthouse resource for our clients and brands. For the last few years, she has been heading the Strategic Planning Function across our Delhi, Kolkata and Southern operations. Her enthusiasm and expertise will make a difference in how we serve our clients.”

About Banerjee who has been elevated to Strategy Planning-Head, Everest, Wadia said, “This would be in addition to his current responsibilities. Prithvi’s passion for our agency, his intellectual curiosity and integrity, along with his deep collaborative way of working will make a difference to our clients and to our agency.”
 

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