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Everest ropes in Deepti Sakhuja as VP for Del

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Everest ropes in Deepti Sakhuja as VP for Del

Deepti Sakhuja has joined Everest Brand Solutions, Delhi as VP. Her last assignment was with Publicis Capital as AVP, Client Servicing. Sakhuja will be working closely with Everest Delhi COO Naveen Saraswat.

Commenting on Sakhuja’s appointment, Naveen Saraswat said, “Her substantial experience of working on leading brands across different verticals shall add strength to our Delhi operations. We look forward to her valuable contribution in acquiring new business and growth of the agency.”

Dhunji S Wadia, President, Everest, added here, “Our increasing presence in Delhi necessitates a powerful Head of Client Servicing. I have no doubt that Deepti will add to the fire-power of Everest.”

Sakhuja has spent 14 years in brand management across organisations such as Publicis Capital, JWT, Lowe, Bates Enterprise and McCann. She has worked across categories on leading brands such as Nestle, Perfetti, Reckitt Benckiser, Pepsi, Wills Lifestyle, Monte Carlo, Citi-Financial, Nokia and Escorts.

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