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RK Swamy National Creative Director K S Gopal is quitting to join rmg david as Creative Partner

02-July-2005
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RK Swamy National Creative Director K S Gopal is quitting to join rmg david as Creative Partner

After having spent just seven months at RK Swamy/BBDO as National Creative Director, K S Gopal is moving out to join rmg david as Creative Partner from July 4. In his new role he will be reporting to the agency's Country Manager and National Creative Director Josy Paul.

In 1999, Gopal was Copywriter of the Year at CAG (Communications Artists Guild). He has previously worked with Quadrant Communications for five years and was the Executive Creative Director.

Said Gopal, "I am excited and happy to join rmg david which is a good agency doing good work. As far as the agenda goes, will chalk that out once I join."

While Gopal will be heading creative products and also head the creative department of all the branches of the agency, Paul has kept with himself the position of NCD and will be responsible for the entire creative environment of the agency.

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