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Himanshu Jha bids adieu to Crayons, joins Goldmine as VP

16-November-2011
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Himanshu Jha bids adieu to Crayons, joins Goldmine as VP

Himanshu Jha, Senior Account Director, Crayons Advertising, has bid adieu to the organisation after a close to three-year stint. He has joined Goldmine Advertising as Vice President.

Confirming the news to exchange4media, Jha said, “Crayons has helped me a lot professionally. I am now looking forward to the new role and challenges at Goldmine and hope to contribute in making it grow vertically and horizontally.”

At Crayons, Jha was handling businesses like IOCL, ESIC, MTNL, Congress and Air India. He had played an important role in converting businesses like IOCL (Northern and Eastern region), ESIC, UIDAI, BSNL, Andaman and Nicobar Tourism, NeGP, Income Tax Department, MTNL, and Indian Railways for the agency. With over 15 years’ experience in marketing and communication, Jha has earlier worked with agencies like SSC&B Lintas, PerceptH and Dentsu Marcom. In the course of his career, Jha has worked on clients such as Bharat Nirman Campaign, Jaypee, Assotech, Oceanic Consultant, Topper Channel, Air Sahara, ONGC, Daikin, and Oriental Insurance, to name a few.

 

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