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Contract Delhi strengthens creative team with two senior hires

In a bid to strengthen the creative team at its Delhi office, Contract Advertising has hired two senior hands – Aneesh Jaisinghani as Creative Director and Associate Vice-President and Sambit Mishra as Creative Director. Both will report to Nima Namchu, Executive Creative Director, Contract Advertising, Delhi.

Jaisinghani and Mishra had been working together as a team since 2005 till recently, when Mishra moved to Ogilvy from Cheil Worldwide.

Prior to his new appointment, Aneesh was serving Cheil Worldwide, New Delhi as Creative Director (Art). He started his career with Dhar & Hoon in 2000 and moved on to Grey Worldwide in 2004. One year later, he joined Lintas. Everest Brand Solutions and Bates 141 were his next two destinations before joining Cheil Worldwide. He has worked for brands like Samsung, Nokia, Radico (8PM Whisky),, Hitachi, Maruti, Dabur Real Juices among others.

While Mishra was earlier with Ogilvy & Mather Delhi as Creative Director (Copy). He began his career with Rediffusion Y&R in 2002 and then chose Publicis as his next workplace in 2003. He then served Lintas, Everest Brand Solutions for a year each. Samsung, Nokia, Radico (8PM Whisky),, Hitachi, Maruti, HP are few of the brand names he has handled.

Apart from winning a number of metals at the Abby’s and the GoaFest, both the industry professionals have been featured in 4Ps magazine’s listing of the country’s hottest young talents in the year 2008-09.

It may be recalled that Contract also made an important appointment of Sachin Talwalkar as Vice-President, Creative to partner Uddalak Gupta on handling key clients such as NIIT, Spicejet, Ten Sports, JK Tyres, Shell Lubricants, The British High Commission & Globus Spirits. He is reporting to Contract Delhi ECD, Nima Namchu. His last stint was in London where he was a creative consultant working with agencies like Ogilvy, Leo Burnett and DDB.


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