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Thoughtshop bolsters its creative team with 2 new appointments

12-July-2011
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Thoughtshop bolsters its creative team with 2 new appointments

Thoughtshop, a 360 degree advertising and communication agency, has appointed Vishesh Jain and Bhavin Patel as Creative Directors in copy and art divisions, respectively. These appointments are a step towards strengthening the senior management of the agency. Their task would be to conceive and improvise the creative spheres of the company.

Speaking on the appointments Vipin Dhyani, Founder & Chief Creative Director, Thoughtshop, said, “I am extremely delighted to see the creative dynamic duo being a part of Thoughtshop. They have various skill sets and varied experience in their fields. I truly believe that both of them will enjoy the work with a fair share of voice and freedom. With an expertise and experience, I am sure they will make Thoughtshop more productive and a rocking place,”

Jain moves from Ogilvy & Mather, where he was a Creative Controller – Copy and had worked on brands ranging from media to FMCG since 2007. In the recent past he has been credited with the work for Star Plus brand re-launch and the Tata Sky ‘Babloo’ TVC campaign featuring Aamir Khan.

Patel, too, moves from Ogilvy & Mather, where had he spent nearly three years as Creative Controller - Art. He was also associated with companies like Grey Worldwide, Saatchi & Saatchi (Bahrain), Draftfcb+Ulka. During his nine-year career span, he has worked on several brands spread across product categories. His well known campaigns include campaign for CRY and brand re-launch of Star Plus.

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