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Suresh Kailaash joins Interface as Creative Head – South

01-June-2006
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Suresh Kailaash joins Interface as Creative Head – South

Former Lintas hand, Suresh Kailaash, has joined Interface Communications as Creative Head for Chennai. Speaking on the development, Niteen Bhagwat, Executive Director and CEO, Interface, said, “Chennai and the southern markets are key to Interface’s success and having a talent like Suresh on our team is critical to our long term strategy.”

Robby Mathew, who heads creative nationally for Interface, added, “It’s really great to have Suresh with us at Interface. He is experienced, but more importantly, he loves what he does.”

For Kailaash, the new mandate is to do great work and have fun while at it. He also wants to ensure that every great piece of creative is delivered on time.

Kailaash began his career as a copywriter at Ulka before moving on to Lintas. During the course of his eventful career, he has bagged the metal many times. He brings over 20 years of experience to Interface.

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