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Euro RSCG’s CEO Suman Srivastava quits

18-January-2011
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Euro RSCG’s CEO Suman Srivastava quits

Suman Srivastava, CEO, Euro RSCG, has resigned from the company. He was a part of the founding team in India. Srivastava was unavailable for comments, but industry sources informed that he had already resigned and was serving his notice period.

David Jones, CEO, Euro RSCG Worldwide, too, did not respond to exchange4media’s queries at the time of filing the report.

As is known, Srivastava was promoted as CEO of Euro RSCG India in June 2006, and was part of the original team headed by Ishan Raina that started Euro RSCG. He was then head of its Mumbai office for three years before moving on to Strategic Planning. He was seconded as Brand Manager to Unilever for a year. He has been closely involved with brands such as Surf, Parachute, Fair & Lovely, Hair & Care, Novartis Calcium Sandoz, Evian, Philips, Intel, Allwyn, Voltas, Microsoft, Sony Entertainment Television, Wipro Software, State Bank of India, HDFC Bank, Dabur, and NIIT.

Srivastava conducted training programmes for Euro RSCG personnel in India and abroad. He has also spoken at workshops on marketing conducted for employees of Microsoft, Wipro, Intel and IndianOil. In his 19-year career in advertising, Srivastava has worked with Lintas and SSC&B Lintas in Mumbai.
 

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