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Lowe’s Priti Nair Chakravarthy to join Grey Worldwide as NCD

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Lowe’s Priti Nair Chakravarthy to join Grey Worldwide as NCD

Priti Nair Chakravarthy, Executive Creative Director at Lowe, has put in her papers. She is set to join Grey Worldwide as National Creative Director around the first or second week of September 2007.

Confirming her movement, Chakravarthy said, “There are times in life when you have to think about your career, make the right moves, and move on. Grey Worldwide has a solid vision and is all set to fly right now.”


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