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NEW G S Sridhar appointed Creative and Branch Head, SSC&B Lintas, Bangalore

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NEW G S Sridhar appointed Creative and Branch Head, SSC&B Lintas, Bangalore

G S Sridhar has been brought in as Creative and Branch Head of SSC&B Lintas, following Mahendra Bhagat’s departure from the agency earlier this month. As is known, when Ashish Bhasin took over the reigns of SSC&B Lintas as President, the position of a National Creative Director was relinquished, and instead specific creative heads for each office was put in place.

Commenting on the new appointment, Bhasin said, “I am really happy to have Sridhar lead our Bangalore team. With his experience, he will take SSC&B Lintas, Bangalore to new heights. Given the huge wins that SSC&B Lintas, Bangalore has had in the last few months, he has his task cut out… to make the agency a world class one. Considering the wide portfolio of accounts, ranging from the UB Group to CyberMedia Dice, and from Harrisson Malayalam to Motul, there won’t be a dull moment in Sridhar’s life.”

Sridhar is a known name in the advertising and communications industry with over two decades of advertising experience. He has been the Creative Director of Lowe, Chennai, and the Creative Head of Mudra, Chennai. Post that he had ventured into film production and had also set up a consultancy catering to clients and agencies in India and Sri Lanka.


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