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Grey Chennai appoints Sunu Charles as Creative Director

14-August-2008
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Grey Chennai appoints Sunu Charles as Creative Director

Grey Chennai has beefed up its creative leadership with the appointment of Sunu Charles as new Creative Director. Charles brings with him over 20 years of experience in the advertising industry. He will be reporting to Christabelle Howie, General Manager, Grey Chennai.

Prior to joining Grey, Charles was with O&M Hyderabad as Creative Director. He has also worked with agencies like McCann Erickson, RK Swamy BBDO and O&M. In his career span, he has worked on brands like Gillette, Nestle, BPL Mobile, Kiwi, Indian School of Business and Hutch.

“I look forward to partnering with Charles in taking Grey Chennai to greater heights. His expertise and creative direction will bring a new and refreshed soul to our work. We welcome him and wish him the very best,” said Howie.

On his new role, Charles remarked, “Grey Chennai is a great place to be in right now. It has tremendous scope for creativity, and with a vibrant young team in place, we are going to create some award winning work in the coming months.”

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