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Renuka Jaypal appointed Chairman, Ogilvy Indonesia

02-March-2007
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Renuka Jaypal appointed Chairman, Ogilvy Indonesia

Ogilvy & Mather India has announced Renuka Jaypal’s appointment as Chairman of Ogilvy Indonesia. This move comes into effect mid-June, 2007 this year. Jaypal, in her second stint, returned to Ogilvy in 1999 to service Parle, Asahi and what was then the MaxTouch account.

Piyush Pandey, Executive Chairman and National Creative Director said, “This well deserved move is yet another example of India’s ability to export expertise into the region and I wish Renuka all the success as she prepares to make this next step.”

She was designated National Business Director - Telecom in 2002, and headed the Pan-India 360 team that launched the Hutch brand, which grew rapidly to become a 360 flagship business for Ogilvy India and went on to win many industry accolades for consecutive years.

In 2004, Jaypal took on the additional responsibility of President, OgilvyOne India, and over the last two years OgilvyOne has almost doubled in size and expanded its repertoire of services, particularly in the area of digital.

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