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Anil Kapoor of FCB-Ulka appointed as member of FCB Worldwide Board

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Anil Kapoor of FCB-Ulka appointed as member of FCB Worldwide Board

Anil Kapoor, managing director & CEO, FCB -Ulka Group, has been appointed as a member of the FCB Worldwide (Foote, Cone & Belding) Board, New York, thus becoming the first Indian advertising agency head to be a part of the apex worldwide board.

Considered by FCB Worldwide as the “Best Managed Company’” across its global network, FCB-Ulka has been the talent pool for FCB offices in Asia-Pacific—which has inducted many Indians for assignments across the region.

The FCB-Ulka Group in India has a turnover of Rs. 750 crore and has two advertising agencies: FCB-Ulka and Interface Communications in its fold besides specialist companies suhc as Lodestar Media, Cogito Brand Consultancy, Nebula Films, FCBi, IO Design and CYGNUS Public Relations.

FCB (Foote, Cone & Belding) is one of the oldest and largest agency brands in the world. It has more than 190 offices servicing clients in 103 countries.

Source: Financial Express


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