Draftfcb Ulka has appointed Dennis Koshy as Vice President for its Bangalore operations. Prior to this, Koshy was Vice President & Client Services Director at JWT, managing a large chunk of the agency’s business across Bangalore and Chennai offices.
Commenting on Koshy’s appointment Nitin Karkare, Chief Operating Officer, Draftfcb Ulka, said, “We welcome Dennis on board and are confident that he will lead the Bangalore office and the client businesses to even greater heights. He has the support of a core senior and stable team, all of whom have worked alongside each other for almost a decade.”
“We welcome Dennis on board and are confident that he will lead the Bangalore office and the client businesses to even greater heights.He has the support of a core senior and stable team, all of whom have worked alongside each other for almost a decade,” he added.
Koshy did his Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Communications from MICA in 1997. Post that, he joined Enterprise Nexus, Mumbai, as management trainee and worked on clients like Torrent Pharma, American Express Bank and VST (Charms). In 2000, he joined JWT, Bangalore as Senior Account Executive, where he worked on a wide spectrum of clients like HUL (Knorr, Lipton, Taj Mahal), Spice Telecom, UB, Van Heusen, Levi’s, and Lifestyle, among others.
Draftfcb Ulka Bangalore’s client roster includes Wipro (Santoor/ Chandrika), ITC Foods (Sunfeast/ Minto/ Candyman) and Paragon, among others.
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