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Rediffusion DYR Chennai appoints Kishore Karumbaiah as Creative Head

15-July-2008
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Rediffusion DYR Chennai appoints Kishore Karumbaiah as Creative Head

Rediffusion DYR has appointed Kishore Karumbaiah as Creative Head for their Chennai operations. Karumbaiah will be handling the entire Rediffusion DYR Chennai client portfolio that includes Airtel, MRF, Arihant, ITC, Singapore Tourism Board and Lotte India accounts. He comes on board from O&M, Bangalore, where he was part of the team that handled the Lenovo worldwide business.

Commenting on Karumbaiah’s appointment, Sagar Mahabaleshwarkar and Ramanuj Shastry, Chief Creative Officers, Rediffusion DYR, said, “Rediffusion Chennai has a built a strong base of clients for itself, and Kishore will be a huge asset for the market there. He has worked on an array of brands and his coming on board is a further affirmation of Rediffusion’s commitment to deliver a quality creative product to our clients.”

“Kishore is extremely talented and I am delighted to have him on board. His energy and passion are sure to make Rediffusion Chennai a vibrant place to be in and our clients can look forward to some great work,” said Minakshi Achan, Executive Vice President & Executive Creative Director – South, Rediffusion DYR.

Commenting on his new assignment, Karumbaiah said, “It is good to join an agency that is in the midst of unbounded growth. Rediffusion Chennai is fast becoming one of Rediffusion’s stronghold offices. My mandate is to work closely with the young and energetic team, sustain the momentum and take the agency to the next level.”

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