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Cheil India makes Senior Creative Appointments

05-January-2016
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Cheil India makes Senior Creative Appointments

Cheil India today announced the appointment of Vijay Simha and Aneesh Jaisinghani as a part of the senior creative leadership, reporting to Sagar Mahabaleshwarkar.

Speaking on the occasion, Mahabaleshwarkar, said, “We have grown substantially in 2015 and we aim to get bigger and more aggressive in 2016 in terms of creativity and technology; the foundation blocks of Cheil. In order to achieve our target we are hungry and keen to get the best in the industry on board to help us in delivering cutting edge work. We are excited to have talented additions in our team and build the Creative Army.”

Simha has over 16 years of work experience in advertising and digital marketing and 2 years as entrepreneur. He has worked in agencies like Solutions-Digitas, Grey Worldwide, Saatchi & Saatchi, Bates and JWT. He has done noteworthy work for brands like Mother Dairy, MTS, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Hyundai, Zen Mobiles, Hitachi, Radico, Wrigley’s, Wills Lifestyle, Spicejet, Max Bupa and Ford. His creative work has been featured in Luerzer’s Archive and One Club showcase. He has also been conferred with awards at GoaFest.

Jaisinghani joins the organisation from McCann World Group as the Executive Creative Director. In the past, he has been associated with agencies like Grey, Lowe, Everest, Bates, Contract and Eleven Brandworks. He has lent his expertise to brands like Nokia, Samsung, Reebok, MasterCard, DLF, Hitachi, Whirlpool, Lava mobile phones, Dharampal Satyapal Group, Ireo, Yebhi.com and Dabur. He has won numerous awards at Goafest and Mirchi Kann Awards to name a few. His work has also been featured in the internationally acclaimed Luerzer's Archive numerous times.

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