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Publicis Partha Sinha to join Mc Cann Worldgroup

25-November-2015
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Publicis Partha Sinha to join Mc Cann Worldgroup

Publicis’ Partha Sinha will be joining Mc Cann Worldgroup. Sinha is slated to replace Govind Pandey who exited as COO and has joined TBWA as CEO.

“We wish Govind the very best. He has contributed significantly to the growth of McCann India over these past years and as he continues his journey, the McCann family will remain his well-wishers. I will be officially announcing the significant new addition to the India management team shortly.” Said Prasoon Joshi, chairman, McCann Worldgroup Asia Pacific, talking to exchange4media.

Sinha was appointed named director, chief strategy officer, South Asia Publicis in may 2013, he was then elevated to Publicis South Asia MD along with Bobby Pawar , the duo were both also part of the management board..

Before joining Publicis Sinha was earlier Managing Partner at BBH.

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