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Tarun Singh Chauhan quits JWT

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Tarun Singh Chauhan quits JWT

Tarun Singh Chauhan, Managing Partner at JWT India has quit after a stint of 3 years and 2 months with the agency.

“Tarun Chauhan has decided to leave the company for personal reasons to pursue other opportunities. He will relocate to Hyderabad. Tarun has been managing the operations of JWT Mumbai since August 2010. Since then, he has played an important role in JWT Mumbai's growth. During his tenure, Tarun has stewarded many client relationships. We wish him success in all his future endeavours,” said an official JWT spokesperson.

Chauhan joined JWT Mumbai from Lowe Lintas, where he had a nine-year long stint. He has been in the advertising field for 17 years, having started out in Lintas, Mumbai as Vice President and went on to become the President of the company.

Before joining Lowe, Chauhan was with Thompson Connect and was part of the team that set up one of the largest integrated communication company.

He has worked with some of India's largest advertisers across industries such as automobiles (Bajaj Auto), telecom (Idea Cellular), social awareness (ICICI Usaid), and Tata Group brands: Tata Tea, Tata Retail and Ginger Hotels.


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