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VGC ropes in Saumya Chattopadhyay as Planning Director

01-March-2007
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VGC ropes in Saumya Chattopadhyay as Planning Director

Vyas Giannetti Creative (VGC) has added another senior resource to its fold. Saumya Chattopadhyay has joined the company as Planning Director. Chattopadhyay was formerly with the Southseas Film TV School & Productions, Auckland, New Zealand, where he worked as International Marketing Manager for Asia, as well as had stints in account planning at Euro RSCG Mumbai and O&M Mumbai and Saatchi’s, London, for a brief period.

Atul Hegde, Chief Operating Officer, VGC, said, “It’s great to have Saumya on board at a time when there is so much activity and growth happening at VGC; we have always regarded strategic planning as a key ingredient in creating successful communication programs. I’m sure he will build a robust planning team which will continue to add value to all our clients.”

Chattopadhyay said, “It’s really an exciting time to be joining VGC as we are already known for our creative excellence and bringing in a dimension of creative account planning will be a great value addition to our clients.”

Chattopadhyay has worked on diverse categories and has handled brands like Sandoz, Voltas, Sony Television, HDFC Bank. Unilever Lakme, Pond’s, Aviance, Kissan to name a few.

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