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Hakuhodo Percept gets Bhaskar Ghosh on board as National Client Services Director

20-March-2014
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Hakuhodo Percept gets Bhaskar Ghosh on board as National Client Services Director

Bhaskar Ghosh has joined the senior leadership team at the Delhi-headquartered Hakuhodo Percept as National Client Services Director. The former Branch Head of Rediffusion Y&R Delhi brings with him over 20 years of experience during which he had created new conversations for brands such as Domino’s Pizza, Coca Cola, SpiceJet, Nokia, Dabur and Sony, to name a few.

Ghosh takes on a national role, with key focus areas being to strengthen Hakuhodo Percept’s client relationships, put in place best practices in account management, and create opportunities for new businesses and growth across branches in India.

Speaking on this development, Elvis Sequeira, Executive Director, Hakuhodo Percept said, “It’s been a long, long courtship, and I am happy that we’ve got Bhaskar on the team. We’ve been slowly re-engineering ourselves over the last couple of years, getting fabulous talent on board to head Planning and Creative, so really this was the final missing piece in our plan. Bhaskar is a wonderful mentor for young talent and an inspirational leader, who loves to roll up his sleeves and get things done. I believe that clients, brands and people have a lot to gain from Bhaskar’s talent, involvement and style of functioning.”

Ghosh’s previous stints have been with Contract, Grey, Bates, Leo Burnett and TBWA.

Hakuhodo Percept is a 50:50 joint venture between Hakuhodo and Percept India. 

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