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OgilvyOne names one more senior CD

09-January-2013
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OgilvyOne names one more senior CD

OgilvyOne has brought on board Roy Menezes as Senior Creative Director in Mumbai. He will partner Burzin Mehta to lead digital creative for OgilvyOne, Mumbai.

Menezes has close to 14 years in building integrated and engaging communication for brands such as Audi, Hippo, Idea Cellular and Reliance Mobile. He has led interactive teams at Tribal DDB, Creativeland Asia and Commonwealth before joining OgilvyOne.

Commenting on the development, Kunal Jeswani, Chief Digital Officer, Ogilvy India said, “With an award portfolio of digital work that cuts across the Abbys, the Effies, Yahoo Big Idea Chair Awards, Asia Mobile Marketing Awards and Campaign India Digital Media Awards, Roy is expected to cement OgilvyOne’s position as the leading digital creative agency in India.”

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