After a five-year stint at Euro RSCG, Nilesh Vaidya has put in his papers. He is now on his way to Network Advertising as Executive Director.
Confirming the development, Vaidya said, “It’s been a wonderful five years at Euro, but it was time to move on. When the offer from Network came, it was a pretty easy decision. I’ve worked with Network for several years, and look forward to going back and doing some good work.”
It’s a home coming sorts for Vaidya as he had joined Euro RSCG from Network Advertising. It may be recalled in July 2009, Vaidya was entrusted with additional responsibilities of heading the agency’s Mumbai Creative function. This responsibility was entrusted post Siddharth Bindra’s exit from the agency.
Vaidya has 15 years’ experience in advertising. Besides Network Advertising and Euro RSCG, he has worked with agencies like Lowe Lintas and Triton Communications. Some of the major clients that he has worked on include HDFC Bank, Bharat Petroleum, Reckitt Benckiser, J&J, Mahindra Retail, Dainik Bhaskar, Eureka Forbes, Karnataka Tourism, LG, Dabur, and Dell, among others.
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