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Everest ropes in Vipin Dhyani as Creative Director

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Everest ropes in Vipin Dhyani as Creative Director

Vipin Dhyani has been appointed as Creative Director of Everest Brands Solutions. He will be handling Parle Confectionery brands like Monaco, Milano, Hide & Seek, Milk Shakti, Magix Biscuits, Mango Bite and Poppins. Dhyani would also be working on the accounts of Fair One Cream and Soaps of Elder Pharma.

Prior to joining Everest, Dhyani was heading Mudra-DDB, Ahemdabad at the same level. He has worked on brands and campaigns for ItchGuard, Recova, Krack Cream and Total Livon Silky Hues.

A post graduate in Advertising and PR from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Dhyani has seven years’ experience. Besides Mudra, he has also worked with Lowe, Grey Worldwide and Rediffusion DYR.


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