Gerard Jayaranjan moves to Havas Worldwide Delhi as Senior Creative Director. Jayaranjan moves from the Mumbai office, and as Senior Creative Director, he will report to Ravi Raghavendra.
He has been with Havas Worldwide Mumbai branch for about four and a half years now.
With over 12 years in the business, Gerard has worked with McCann Erickson, Mudra, TBWA and Draftfcb Ulka. Some of the brands he has worked on during his career are Adidas, Sony Six, HDFC Bank, Mitsubishi, BPCL, Bausch & Lomb, Dabur, Fanta, Perfetti, The History Channel, National Geographic Channel, Yamaha, etc.
His awards cabinet includes multiple Cannes and New York Festival finalists, Abby’s metals and Pro-Max Golds. This move will strengthen the creative team at Havas Worldwide Delhi.
For the record, Havas Worldwide (formerly Euro RSCG Worldwide) recently bagged the creative duties of processed food brand Del Monte. The agency's Delhi branch will handle the business that it won on the back of a multi-agency pitch process.
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