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Rahul Nangia elevated to National Creative Director at L&K Saatchi & Saatchi

23-November-2015
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Rahul Nangia elevated to National Creative Director at L&K Saatchi & Saatchi

L&K Saatchi& Saatchi has widened its creative leadership and elevated Rahul Nangia to the position of Joint National Creative Director, alongside Charles Victor.

Nangia has been credited with the creation of the iconic ‘Hum Mein Hain Hero ‘for the launch of Hero MotoCorp that helped the brand catapult from being Hero Honda.

He has been in the forefront of driving highlyeffective and memorable campaigns  for L&K Saatchi & Saatchi which has now sharpened it’s focus on establishing creative leadership and to live up to its global iconic reputation.

Nangia joined Law & Kenneth 7 years ago and has played a pivotal role in some of its highly acclaimed work especially Jockey, Thomas Cook, VIP Skybags and of late, the creation of pepperfry.com.

Commenting on the elevation, Praveen Kenneth, Co-Owner, Chairman and Managing Director, L&K Saatchi & Saatchi said, “Our focus over the last decade has been to build a strong business foundation and strong client partnerships. We have a great reputation of being thought leaders and it is but natural for us to establish a strong creative reputation to maximize our ability to make the IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE for our client partners.

“Nangia is a fine creative leader who has worked closely with me. He will now join the creative leadership team along with Charles to move the game to the next level. This is in linewith our plan to have creative leaders drive the future of our business”.

Nangia will report to Anil Nair, Managing Partner & CEO.

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