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New entrants at Rediffusion DY&R's Mumbai and Delhi offices

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New entrants at Rediffusion DY&R's Mumbai and Delhi offices

The Rediffusion DYR team is growing. Harsh Grandhe has joined the Mumbai office as Vice President and will partner Ashish Khazanchi. Ritu Sharda has joined as Creative Director in the Delhi office. Swarandeep Harjee Kapur has also joined the Mumbai office as Creative Group Head-Copy.

Gandhe has prior work experience in digital marketing. He was earlier with Blue Interactive, Singapore, and iContract, Bangalore. Sharda has worked with Mudra Communications, McCann Erickson and Contract.

Kapur (popularly known as Harjee), returns to the agency after a two-year stint with McCann Erickson, Bangalore.

Bimal Nair, Branch Head of Mumbai, Rediffusion DYR, said, “Gandhe fits our need for a strategic mind to lead and partner our client brands, backed by a media-neutral experience. This is also our recipe to ensure the most robust training for the ‘dream team’ that we are building in the agency.”

Ajay Gahlaut, Creative Head, Rediffusion DYR Delhi, said, “Sharda and I have worked together briefly at McCann, when I had been positioned in Mumbai and she in Delhi. We used to crack ideas over the phone. I think she is a fabulous creative person and we are thrilled to have her here now.”


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