Saatchi & Saatchi has beefed up its Delhi team with the appointment of Jaibeer Ahmed as Vice President.
Speaking about Ahmed’s inclusion in the team, Kamal Basu, CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi, said, “We are aggressively hiring best-of-class talent. Given Jaibeer’s passion and maturity, he’s an ideal candidate to help fill up the world with Lovemarks.”
During his decade long journey in advertising, Ahmed has worked with some of the top advertising firms like Ogilvy & Mather, Lowe, FCB and Rediffusion. Starting his career with RK Swamy BBDO, he got his first exposure to advertising with brands like Dabur and Educare. Since then, he has worked on brands like Airtel, Nestle, SABMiller, Allout, Whirlpool and LG. During his stint at Rediffusion, he handled Airtel before being made Business Head on LG.
In 2010, Ahmed got to experience marketing from the client’s standpoint. Having joined Samsung Electronics, he looked after the marketing communication for their air-conditioner business. This gave him a unique perspective on the total communication business.
On joining Saatchi & Saatchi, The Lovemarks Company, Ahmed said, “The challenge to grow the Delhi business, a chance to work in a happy, transparent work culture and the confidence of being around like-minded leaders makes this an exciting opportunity.”
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