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Jiten Bhagat promoted to Chief Executive Officer at Percept /H

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Jiten Bhagat promoted to Chief Executive Officer at Percept /H

Jiten Bhagat has been elevated to the post of Chief Executive Officer, Percept/H, effective November 2015.

As Chief Executive Officer, Percept/H, Bhagat will be responsible for strengthening the Strategic Planning and Integration function, overseeing the entire operational functioning and business of Percept/H at a national level, as also providing strategic direction for the agency. He will also be focused on creating opportunities for synergy within and across the Percept Group, attaining profitability and revenue growth organically & inorganically, as also paving the roadmap for the overall businesses for Percept/H.

Bhagat joined Percept/H in 2014 as Chief Operating Officer, and within a span of a year has grown the Advertising business of Percept/H. With a vast experience of over 16 years in the Advertising and Communications industry, Jiten brings a wealth of ideas, knowledge and experiences from leading brands across the region to help take Percept/H to the next level.

Percept/H, a 50:50 joint venture of Percept with Hakuhodo Inc., Japan, is the flagship advertising agency of Percept Limited. A leader in the communications domain, Percept/H has served as brand custodian for their clients by offering world-class planning, support and creative execution through innovative ideas and originative mediums. The agency is unique in its 360o offering of advertising, with the strong support of Media, PR and Entertainment services provided by the specialized companies of Percept Limited.

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