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Grey’s Kaushik Tiwari joins Wunderman and Rediffusion DYR, Chennai

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Grey’s Kaushik Tiwari joins Wunderman and Rediffusion DYR, Chennai

Post Sonny Deenadayalan’s exit, Wunderman Chennai now has a new boss in Kaushik Tiwari, who moves in from Grey’s Chennai office. He will head operations at the integrated office of Rediffusion DYR and Wunderman, and will be Vice-President, Wunderman, Chennai.

Confirming the move, Rajat Sethi, CEO, Wunderman India, said, “Kaushik brings with him the relevant experience and exposure. We’ve not only won new clients, but have been growing within existing clients as well. The Chennai office is an excellent example of an integrated office. We believe Kaushik will be the right person for the job.”

Prior to the move, Tiwari headed the Chennai branch of Grey Worldwide. He took up his present assignment on September 5.


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