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Rajiv Agarwal quits Enterprise Nexus

20-December-2001
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Rajiv Agarwal quits Enterprise Nexus

According to industry sources, Enterprise Nexus Communications managing director Rajiv Agarwal is quitting the agency.

Mr Agarwal is the founder member of Enterprise Nexus, set up in 1997. The London-based Lowe group holds 40 per cent stake in the leading Mumbai-based ad firm.

With a career spanning over two decades in the industry, Mr. Agarwal, an alumini of St Stephens College, New Delhi, launched Nexus Communications along with co-founder A Nair in 1994.

And in 1997, he had joined hands with Mohammed Khan of Enterprise to float the creative hot-shop called Enterprise Nexus.

The agency handles major ad accounts, which include Daewoo, Surya Roshni, Emami (herbal skin and hair care range), White Mackay, Genesis, Findlaters\alcoholic beverages.

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