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Soho Square Mumbai appoints Pramod Sharma as Senior Creative Director

04-December-2014
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Soho Square Mumbai appoints Pramod Sharma as Senior Creative Director

Soho Square Mumbai has announced the appointment of Pramod Sharma as Senior Creative Director of Soho Square Mumbai. 


Anuraag Khandelwal and Satish deSa, Executive Creative Directors & Creative Heads, Soho Square Mumbai commented, “In Pramod we found the ideal mix of maturity and crazy ideas. He is very ambitious, and yet very down-to-earth. We believe we have found one more member of our tribe.”

Moving from Everest Brand Solutions, Sharma enters Soho Square with over 14 years of work experience.

His experience in these past 14 years has been garnered at Ogilvy, Dentsu, Percept-Hakuhodo  and DDB Mudra.

During this time, he has  delivered successfully on brands such as Parle Products, Sony Sab TV, Sony Pal, Pantaloons, Maxx Mobiles, FedEx, Reliance Communications, Reader’s Digest, Cisco, and Raymond Apparels.

Commenting on this new phase of his career, Pramod Sharma said, “Soho is packed with young blood and some of the best creative brains. Some outstanding work is taking shape here, with the promise of some exciting times ahead. Satish and Anuraag wanted me to be a part of this journey. I happily agreed to partner them.

When he is free you'll find Sharma reading, watching a movie or polishing his photography skills. His latest addiction being a Nikon 500mm telephoto DSLR lens.

Tags Pramod Sharma Soho Square Mumbai Anuraag Khandelwal and Satish deSa Everest Brand Solutions

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