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Ambika Nehru joins Rediffusion DYR as Executive Creative Director

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Ambika Nehru joins Rediffusion DYR as Executive Creative Director

Rediffusion DYR has appointed Ambika Nehru as Executive Creative Director. She will be reporting to Sagar Mahabaleshwarkar and Ramanuj Shastry, the Chief Creative Officers of Rediffusion DYR. Nehru has over a decade’s experience in advertising, helping build brands for clients like Marico, P&G, HLL (now Unilever), McDonalds, Reliance and Nestle.

Commenting on Nehru’s appointment, Mahabaleshwarkar and Shastry said, “We want Rediffusion DYR to be a hub of exciting talent. Ambika is full of ideas, strong in films and is a team player. We wish her a long and rewarding innings at Rediffusion.”

Nehru said, “I am excited to join Rediffusion DYR because it has the right buzz. I am looking forward to working with a bunch of fun, enthusiastic and talented people.”

A major in English literature and featured in Brand Equity as a writer, Nehru has a clutch of national and international awards. Her interests range from blogging and rollerblading to vermiculture.


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