Changes at JWT Delhi; CCO Adrian Miller quits

Adrian Miller, CCO - Delhi, JWT has quit the agency for “personal reasons”. The agency will revert to the earlier structure of five ECD's based on respective client needs.

e4m by Shubhangi Mehta
Updated: May 31, 2011 8:18 AM
Changes at JWT Delhi; CCO Adrian Miller quits

Adrian Miller, CCO-Delhi, JWT will be leaving the agency on account of personal reasons. Speaking to exchange4media, Colvyn Harris, CEO, JWT India said, “Adrian is a very talented and accomplished creative and has decided to leave for personal reasons.” The agency will now revert to its earlier structure of five Executive Creative Director's based on respective client needs.

Contrary to reports in other sections of media, suggesting Miller’s move to Wunderman JWT, Miller's departure is slated for the end of June 2011.

Miller said, “Owing to personal reasons I have decided to leave India. Having worked throughout Asia, I am familiar with the challenge of moving across countries and cultures.”

Harris added, “With our talented team of creative in Delhi overlooking and upholding our creative standards, I’m confident that we will continue to deliver to our benchmarks during this transition.”

The current creative leadership team of five Executive Creative Directors (ECDs) based in Delhi will continue to lead their respective teams working with their specific brand and clients responsibilities.

JWT India operates through offices in six cities and partners India’s clients including Airtel, Aditya Birla Financial Services, Bharti Retail, PepsiCo, FritoLay, ITC, Godrej, Hindustan Unilever, GSK Consumer Healthcare, Hero Honda, Sony Vaio, Sony Bravia, Nike, Nestle, Nokia, Levi's, Pizza Hut , UB, Kingfisher, Kellogg’s, Tisco, Exide, and Ford among others.

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