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Priti J Nair and Rahul Sen promoted as Executive Creative Directors of Lowe

18-June-2005
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Priti J Nair and Rahul Sen promoted as Executive Creative Directors of Lowe

Priti J Nair and Rahul Sen, Group Creative Directors with Lowe, have been recently promoted as Executive Creative Directors.

Nair has been with the agency for the last six years and some of the clients under her kitty include Clinic Plus Shampoo & Oil, Camlin, Deodorants like Rexona and Axe, Liril, LG among others.

Nair, Executive Creative Director, Lowe, said, “The culture of the agency is clearly and wholesomely defined in providing surprising brand solutions. Lowe has always been a huge opportunity. It’s a kingdom of large solid brands. The canvas is endless and exciting.”

Nair instrumental for the making of the much talked about greenply commercial, her core responsibilities will entail her to look after the Delhi branch. “The added responsibility of Delhi is yet another terrific opportunity. The business is booming in Delhi. The potential is endless. The possibilities are enormous,” she added.

Rahul was unavailable for comments at the time of filing the story.

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