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Law & Kenneth appoints Neeraja Kale as Senior VP

25-August-2009
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Law & Kenneth appoints Neeraja Kale as Senior VP

Neeraja Kale has joined Law & Kenneth as Senior Vice President, where her mandate would be to build key businesses like ITC and spearhead new business development as well. Kale will be reporting to Anil S Nair, CEO & Managing Partner, Law & Kenneth.

Confirming the appointment, Nair said, “Neeraja will add on to the market perspective as well as communication perspective. She has a wide variety of experience in handling multiple brands and will be helping us in driving the business as well.”

On joining Law & Kenneth, Kale said that she joined the agency as she wanted to join a company that was poised for growth.

Kale had earlier worked with Marching Ants as Business Head for two and a half years. Before that she was with McCann Erickson Bangalore for a year as Business Head. She has over 14 years’ experience in marketing and advertising with stints at Mattel Toys, L’Oreal India, Ogilvy & Mather, and Publicis, among others.

An MBA from Pune University, Kale has spearheaded several brand launches and has played an active part in building business and teams for the various organisations that she has worked for.

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