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Ashish Chakravarty joins McCann Erickson Delhi as Creative Chief

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Ashish Chakravarty joins McCann Erickson Delhi as Creative Chief

The advertising game is really beginning to look like creative professionals going in circles. Where TBWA\India just added Anirban Sen to its Delhi team, Contract’s Ashish Chakravarty is set to join McCann Erickson as the Creative Chief for its Delhi branch.

Prasoon Joshi, Executive Chairman and Regional Creative Director, McCann Erickson, said, “Ashish’s appointment reiterates the commitment that we have towards our stellar set of clients – to bring them brand communication solutions that are of shining caliber. The creative prowess and sheer talent that Ashish brings will further enhance the final product that McCann brings to the table.”

Prior to this, Chakravarty was with Contract Delhi, where he had spent over three years as VP Creative. He has worked on brands like NIIT, Dominos, Dabur, Fortis and Cadbury India.

Chakravarty began his career at JWT (then known as HTA) in 1993, and then moved to Euro RSCG as Executive CD, and Publicis India as Creative Head.


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