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FCB Ulka appoints Tushar Pal as Creative Director

04-December-2014
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FCB Ulka appoints Tushar Pal as Creative Director

Tushar Pal has joined FCB Ulka as Creative Director. Pal has over 12 years of experience in mainline advertising.

He started his career at Euro RSCG (now Havas), and thereafter has had successful stints at Mudra, Leo Burnett, Rediffusion Y&R and Ogilvy.

Over the years, he has worked on iconic brands like Onida, Godrej, Future Group, HDFC Bank, Sony Entertainment Network, Sony Max, Zandu, Times Group, Air India, McDonald’s, LG and Vodafone to name a few.

During his various stints, Pal has bagged a host of national and international awards like Cannes Lions, Spikes, Goafest Abby and Effies. His work has also been recognised in prestigious annuals like The Work and Lurzers Archive.

Commenting on his appointment, Pal said “I’m very excited to work on FCB Ulka’s vast portfolio of clients. I look forward to some great opportunities and help raise the creative bar on our key clients.”

Haresh (Harry) Moorjani, Executive Creative Director, FCB Ulka said, “We are happy to have Tushar on board. He brings with him diverse experience on a varied set of brands. We look forward to him adding value to an important set of accounts he is aligned to.”
 

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