PerceptH has brought on Ryan Menezes as Chief Creative Officer. He moves from McCann Erickson, where he was Executive Creative Director.
Confirming the development, Menezes said, “My vision of creativity and how I would like to take it forward in an agency set-up matched with that of Harry (Harinder Singh), Prabhakar (Mundkur) and Ayan’s (Chakraborty) vision. Percept is an agency hungry to do more in creativity and I am looking forward to that.”
At McCann, Menezes was responsible for many wins, including the Jet Airways, Etisalat, Raymond Parx, Nirlep and Nirav Modi Jewellery accounts. He even fetched gold at the London International Awards and had several works as Cannes finalists. This year, he is on the Cyber Jury at Cannes.
Prior to McCann, Menezes was with Vyas Giannetti Creative as Executive Creative Director. He has earlier worked with Mudra, Saatchi & Saatchi Bangalore, Lowe, SSC&B Lintas, Euro RSCG and Ambience.
Menezes is the winner of the first Cannes Gold Lion for India and also a winner at awards like D&AD, Lorie, and Clio for both Art and Copy. At SSC&B Lintas, he had played an important role in fetching India its first Gold Lion at Cannes for pest-repellant brand Hexit.
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