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Everest Brand Solutions ropes in Shruti Jain to head its Delhi office

18-January-2007
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Everest Brand Solutions ropes in Shruti Jain to head its Delhi office

Shruti Jain has joined Everest Brand Solutions as head of its Delhi office. The move follows the departure of Anant Pal Singh, Delhi Branch Head of the agency, who put in his papers to join Dentsu Marcom.

Commenting on the development D Rajappa, President, Everest said, “Jain is a seasoned campaigner and brings with her a wealth of experience and is extremely passionate about advertising. She has the perfect mix of maturity and drive to lead the exceptionally talented young and energetic team at Everest’s Delhi office. She would be a key team member to drive the new vision at Everest to regain its place as one of the leading brand solutions companies in the Delhi market.”

Jain has been in the industry for more than 12 years and has worked with agencies such as O&M, Mudra and Rediffusion DYR. She has handled some of the leading brands across different categories, including HLL, Nestle, Dabur, GPI, Shaw Wallace, SmithKline Beecham, Samsung, PVR Cinemas, Taj Group of Hotels, DLF and New Holland Tractors.

An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Delhi, Jain is now a visiting faculty at the institute. While at O&M, she had the additional charge of induction and training leadership. She has multi-faceted communication related interests ranging from authoring a book to drama to radio jockeying.

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