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Navin Talreja and Kawal Shoor quit Ogilvy

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Navin Talreja and Kawal Shoor quit Ogilvy

Navin Talreja President - Ogilvy Mumbai & Kolkata and Kawal Shoor National Planning Director-Ogilvy India have put in their papers at Ogilvy confirm industry insiders. When Abhijit Avasthi quit as National Creative Director Ogilvy India in October last year, the industry was agog with rumours of him starting his own creative shop, though the rumours were denied by all concerned parties, on the back of Talreja’s and Shoor’s  exit they only seem to be turning into reality .

Talreja has been with Ogilvy since 2008, he joined as Senior Vice President. In his role as President - Ogilvy Mumbai & Kolkata he oversaw the Advertising, Digital, Social Media, Shopper Marketing, Experiential Marketing and PR practices of Ogilvy Mumbai and Kolkatta.

Kawal Shoor was made National Planning Director-Ogilvy & Mather India in January this year when Ogilvy India made the announcement of a new management structure, prior to this he headed planning for Ogilvy Mumbai. 

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