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Hari Krishnan joins JWT Delhi as VP; to head Pepsi business

18-April-2007
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Hari Krishnan joins JWT Delhi as VP; to head Pepsi business

Hari Krishnan, Branch Head, Grey Worldwide, Delhi has moved to JWT Delhi as Vice President, and will head the Pepsi business. He has replaced Hemant Misra, who had recently quit JWT to join Publicis India as COO. Krishnan was associated with Grey Worldwide Delhi for four years, and was elevated as Branch Head January 2006.

Krishnan has over 15 years of experience in advertising, having worked on a wide range of brands like Suzuki, Wrigley Orbit White, Samsung, Nokia, Carrier, Dabur, Allied Domecq and Essar Cellphone. Having begun his career with TBWA India as a management trainee, Krishnan has also worked with O&M and Bates for two and five years respectively.

“I’m delighted to have Hari on board. I’m sure that under his leadership, brand Pepsi will see new excellences in communication. His understanding of creating surround brand experiences will be invaluable as we face the communication challenges of tomorrow,” said Rohit Ohri, Managing Partner, JWT.

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