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Rediffusion’s Surojit Sen joins BEI Confluence as Creative Group Head

18-November-2005
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Rediffusion’s Surojit Sen joins BEI Confluence as Creative Group Head

Surojit Sen has joined BEI Confluence as Creative Group Head. He moves from Rediffusion DY&R, Delhi, where he was Creative Supervisor.

Commenting on Sen’s appointment, Devraj Basu, Regional Director, BEI Confluence, said, “It is part of the transformation process that BEI Confluence is going through. Seven-eight months back, we had partnered with the US agency BEI and became BEI Conflunece. Surojit comes with a lot of energy and experience. He has high credentials. We have a lot of expectations from him.”

Speaking on his previous and new assignments, Sen said, “I wanted more opportunities to achieve higher goals, that’s why I joined BEI Confluence. I have a good partner in Devraj and we will work together to raise the creative standard of BEI Confluence. The creative reputation is of prime importance for us. Looks like the coming times will be exciting for us.”

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