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Chraneeta Mann quits as National Creative Director Rediffusion Y&R

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Chraneeta Mann quits as National Creative Director Rediffusion Y&R

Chraneeta Mann National Creative Director Rediffusion Y&R has put in her papers confirm industry sources. Mann has spearheaded multiple agency creative wins. She was appointed as National Creative Director – Regional in December 2013 wherein she took charge of the Delhi & Bangalore offices and reported directly to Komal Bedi Sohal Chief Creative Officer Rediffusion Y&R.

Mann had joined Rediffusion Y&R in her second stint in 2009. She has around 16 years of experience in the industry and has collectively spent more than 10 years with Rediffusion. She has won a number of National and International awards at festivals such as London International Awards, New York Festivals. Her work has featured in The Workbook and Luerzer’s Archive.

She began her career as a junior copywriter at JWT and worked on clients like Sony Ericsson and Honda Car & Motorcycles.

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