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Sunil Kukreti quits Dentsu Communications

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Sunil Kukreti quits Dentsu Communications

Sunil Kukreti, General Manager and Branch Head, Dentsu Communications, Delhi, has put in his papers. He had joined the agency six months' back from Interact Vision, a part of Mudra Group, where he was heading its Delhi branch. Though he confirmed the news and added that he would be joining his new assignment shortly, he refused to divulge further details.

Kukreti has worked with agencies such as Clarion, HTA, Everest and the Mudra Group prior to joining Dentsu Communications.

He has worked on brands including Yamaha, Radico Khaitan, Safal Food Products, Mother Dairy Ice Cream and Milk, HCL and Hero Honda Motorcycles, among others.

Recently, Dentsu had announced the formal launch of its third agency Dentsu Creative Impact. The new agency will be headed by Masahiro Fukada, who is a Senior Creative Director at Dentsu Tokyo.


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