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Law & Kenneth promotes Neerja Kale to SVP & Branch Head of Mumbai branch

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Law & Kenneth promotes Neerja Kale to SVP & Branch Head of Mumbai branch

Law & Kenneth has promoted Neeraja Kale to Senior Vice President and Branch Head of Law & Kenneth Mumbai. She was earlier the Vice-President. Kale had joined Law & Kenneth a year back. This is the first time that Law & Kenneth is appointing a Branch Head for Mumbai.

Confirming the development, Anil Nair CEO & Managing Partner, Law & Kenneth, said, “I am extremely happy to hand over the charge of our largest business unit Mumbai in the hands of a capable leader, who I am sure, will take the branch to greater heights. Neeraja’s collaborative and hands on management style have made her the automatic choice for this position.”

Kale has over 14 years’ experience in the marketing and advertising industry across personal care, confectionery, media & entertainment spheres, to name a few. She worked with across agencies like McCann, Everest Brand Solutions, and O&M.

On her new role, Kale said, “I am really excited and looking forward to building on an already strong foundation.”


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