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Vinit Bharucha joins Chimp&z Inc as Creative Director

26-April-2016
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Vinit Bharucha joins Chimp&z Inc as Creative Director

Chimp&z Inc has announced the appointment of Vinit Bharucha as its Creative Director. Bharucha has vast experience in the digital world and has conceptualized and executed numerous campaigns in his career. Before Chimp&z Inc, Bharucha’s portfolio boasts of work that he has done at Brand David, Creativeland Asia Pvt. Ltd., Ogilvy, L&K Saatchi and Saatchi and Conde Nast India Pvt. Ltd.

The agency responsible for handling the digital mandates of Dainik Bhaskar, Lotus Herbals, Times of India, Tips, Vista print among others was looking out for somebody who could not only help identify new and innovative solutions for its clients but also aid the company in reaching newer heights. That is where Bharucha brings in the much needed difference and brings to light the creative strategy for each brand. He will partner with the company to achieve the next level of growth and will be responsible for enhancing the agency’s creative output.

Commenting on his appointment Bharucha said, “Chimp&z Inc has been known for taking risks. This has never been truer. It’s a fantastic opportunity and I couldn’t be more excited.”

Angad Singh Manchanda and Lavinn Rajpal, Co-founders at Chimp&z Inc added, “Vinit comes from a digital background and has a lot of knowledge and experience in the field. He will not only be responsible for all the creative mandates taken up by the agency but will also play an instrumental part in making Chimp&z Inc bigger and better. We’re glad to have him on board and look forward to an extremely fulfilling journey with him.”  

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