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Ryan Menezes, Executive Creative Director, quits Vyas Giannetti Creative

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Ryan Menezes, Executive Creative Director, quits Vyas Giannetti Creative

Ryan Menezes, Executive Creative Director, Vyas Giannetti Creative, has decided to move on after a 15-month stint with the agency. Though his next destination is not known, Menezes has told exchange4media that he wishes to remain in the advertising industry. Prior to VGC, he was with Mudra Communications as National Creative Director.

Confirming the development, Menezes said, “It is true that I have quit VGC. I cannot disclose my destination next now, but yes, I will be joining one of the agencies as Executive Creative Director.”

Some of his work at VGC includes the recent campaign of the Indian Cricket League (ICL), and the Stamps TV commercial for the Aditya Birla Group. He has also worked on the soon-to-be-released international corporate campaign for Dimexon Diamonds, and the campaign for the Park Group of Hotels. Menezes was also part of the team that was responsible for winning the Travelocity business.

He was a judge at the Abbys, the AAAI and the Outdoor Advertising Awards in 2005 and 2006.

Menezes had earlier worked with agencies like SSC&B Lintas, Saatchi & Saatchi, O&M, Ambience Publicis, Grey Worldwide and Lowe.


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