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Amber Chakravarty to join Publicis Ambience as ECD

16-October-2007
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Amber Chakravarty to join Publicis Ambience as ECD

McCann Erickson’s Creative Director Amber Chakravarty has put in his papers. He is set to join Publicis Ambience as Executive Creative Director some time in November. He is currently serving his notice period. He will be reporting to the National Creative Director, Publicis Ambience. Incidentally, the post of NCD at Publicis Ambience is lying vacant.

Commenting on his new appointment, Chakravarty said, “It is a great opportunity for me to join Publicis Ambience as ECD. Initially, I will be there and understand what all is expected from me. Accordingly, I will give it my best and have a right creative focus at the agency.”

Chakravarty has been with McCann Erickson for three years, where he was handling clients like Coke, Barclay Bank, Parachute and Radio Mirchi.

He has eight years’ experience in advertsisng. Prior to McCann, he was with Network Advertising. He has also worked with agencies like Saatchi & Saatchi (Mumbai), Rediffusion DY&R and Mudra.

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