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Vikram Gaikwad puts in his papers at Creativeland Asia

24-December-2013
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Vikram Gaikwad puts in his papers at Creativeland Asia

Vikram Gaikwad has put in his papers as Partner and Executive Creative Director at Creativeland Asia. He had been with the agency since its inception in 2007.

Commenting on the development, Sajan RaJ Kurup, Founder and Creative Chairman, Creativeland Asia said, “Vikram has been a great friend and an incredible support in my journey. Creativeland is thankful to him for all the support and service that he has extended. And I sincerely wish him the best for the new path that he has charted out for himself.”

Gaikwad said, “I am very proud of what we have achieved at Creativeland in a very short time. With the coming of the new year, I have decided to move on and make time for my other areas of interests. My heart and good wishes will always be with Creativeland and I hope they get every success they deserve.”

Prior to Creativeland, Gaikwad had worked with Enterprise Nexus, Leo Burnett and Grey.
 

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