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Vivek Rao quits as Executive Creative Director& Creative Head (of Mumbai) at Havas Worldwide

02-July-2015
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Vivek Rao quits as Executive Creative Director& Creative Head (of Mumbai) at Havas Worldwide

Vivek Rao has quit as Executive Creative Director& Creative Head (of Mumbai) at Havas Worldwide, Rao had joined Havas Worlwide in May 2013. In his role at Havas Worldwide he has worked on accounts like Sony Six Sports Channel, BPCL, SanofiPharma (Diabetes Portfolio), HDFC Bank, Air France, Dollar Industries (Force Casual Wear), Reckitt Benckiser (Global campaigns).Prior to Havas , Rao was ECD at Publicis Ambience Mumbai, wherein he has worked on brands like  Citibank, Diageo (VAT 69, Black & White), Himani Fast Relief, BhartiAxa, P&G Healthcare (Vicks & Oral-b), Henko Detergents, DS Group, K-7 Antivirus, SonaChandiChyawanprash.

Prior to Publicis Ambience , Rao has also had various stints;  at Contract Advertising as Associate Creative Director, Leo Burnett, Mumbai Creative Services, McCann-Erickson, Mumbai Creative Services. He started his career at Publicis, Mumbai  as Copywriter.

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