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Deepak Singh appointed Executive Creative Director at Dentsu Creative Impact

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Deepak Singh appointed Executive Creative Director at Dentsu Creative Impact

Dentsu announced the appointment of Deepak Singh as the Executive Creative Director (ECD), Dentsu Creative Impact Pvt Ltd (DCIPL).

He returns to the fold at Dentsu, this time in the capacity of an ECD. His original and award winning creative style, his established track-record as a nurturing team-leader and his tireless pursuit for excellence qualifies him as the obvious choice for the position.

Deepak brings to DCIPL a wealth of experience having worked with advertising firms among them are Leo Burnett, Grey Worldwide, McCann Erickson and Mudra.

Brands like ITC, Philips, Nissan, Datsun, Peter England, Adidas, Electrolux, Bajaj Electricals, Parle-G, Appy Fizz, Bailley, Air India, Tata Indicom, Priyagold Biscuits, ABN Amro Bank, Kia Diamonds, Vimal, Suzlon, UTV, Pantene, Ambuja Cement and Union Bank have enjoyed his award-winning creative services through his different appointments.

Welcoming Deepak into the Dentsu family, Rohit Ohri, Executive Chairman, Dentsu India and CEO, Dentsu APAC, said, “I’m delighted to have Deepak on board as the Executive Creative Director at Dentsu Creative Impact Pvt Ltd. He is an extremely talented individual with a great work ethic. I’m sure that he will be a catalyst in the creative transformation journey that Dentsu embarked on a few years back.”

“I am really happy to have Deepak back in my team. These are exciting times for Dentsu India and we have a clearly defined roadmap as we go ahead. The industry should expect high quality ideas from us and Deepak will play an integral role in helping Dentsu deliver to that vision” enunciated Soumitra Karnik, National Creative Director, Dentsu.

“Deepak Singh is a much awarded creative person and one of the finest art talents we have in our country. He has been tasked with partnering me in building a solid creative environment within and a great creative reputation for Dentsu outside,” he added.

Deepak Singh, on his appointment said, “As I step into the role of Executive Creative Director at DCIPL, an organisation that I’ve already shared a very meaningful association with in the past, it’s feels great to be back. I’m excited to take on new responsibilities and be a part of the agency, a complete integrated agency with strong plans for the future. I’m really looking forward to working with Soumitra- an inspiring leader and a great mentor. I'm also happy to be a part of his vision, which I feel is quite challenging.”

The industry’s top honours have been bagged by Deepak Singh through the course of his 13 years of professional pursuits. He has over 400 national and international awards to his name at various forums like- Cannes, One Show, LIA, GoaFest, New York Festival, Adfest, Spikes, Young Guns etc

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