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Contract appoints Rahul Ghosh as VP & Senior Creative Director

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Contract appoints Rahul Ghosh as VP & Senior Creative Director

Contract Advertising has appointed Rahul Ghosh as Vice President and Senior Creative Director at its Mumbai office.In his new role, Ghoshwill be leading a creative team and will be reporting to Kapil Mishra.This is Ghosh’s second stint at Contract, who comes in with an experience of 17 years.

Ghosh,who joins in from TBWA\Mumbai, was the Group Creative Director for close to seven years, where he worked on brands across verticals such as Bajaj Allianz, Sony MAX, Nissan, Standard Chartered Bank and Air India, to name a few.

“Rahul and I had a short but glorious run together back at Euro RSCG, Delhi, in the early 2000’s. We won some big accounts, few metals, and had a whale of a time while at it. He has grown into a leadership role since then, and created a solid body of work along the way, including my favourite ‘Manu-Ranjankabaap’ commercial for SET Max. So I am delighted to have him on board,” said AshishChakravarty, NCD, Contract Advertising on Ghosh’s appointment.

Previously, he has worked with Euro RSCG, Delhi and Mudra, Mumbai.

On joining contract, Ghosh said, “Contract is going through an exciting phase – a new belief, a new team and a new buzz. There is a place where it wants to be and getting to bat in a line-up led by AshishChakravarty was an offer that was difficult to refuse.”

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