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Partho Sengupta quits Iris as Creative Director

08-January-2010
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Partho Sengupta quits Iris as Creative Director

Partho Sengupta, Creative Director, Iris, has put in his papers. His next move is not known, but it is learnt that he would be taking on some ambitious projects. Alok Lall, MD, Iris, has confirmed Sengupta’s movement and has said that no replacement has been found yet.

Sengupta had joined Iris in October 2008, partnering Kenneth Augustine. Some of the brands that Sengupta had worked on included Samsung, Sony TV and Handycams, and Microsoft, among others.

Prior to Iris, he was with BBDO India, where he was one of the first appointments when the agency set up shop in the country. He was primarily looking after the 7Up business. Prior to BBDO India, he was with Rediffusion Y&R. He had also worked with agencies like Bates 141 (then Enterprise Nexus) and Mudra, had short stints at Saatchi & Saatchi, Euro RSCG, Cheil Communications and Dentsu Marcom.

Sengupta has 15 years’ experience in the field of advertising and had begun his career with Lowe Lintas, Kolkata.

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