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Sanjay Thapar appointed Director on O&M Board

01-July-2008
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Sanjay Thapar appointed Director on O&M Board

Sanjay Thapar has been appointed as Director on the O&M Board. He will be overseeing the North India and Kolkata regions as also OgilvyAction India. In his new role, Thapar will be responsible for the policy making of the company relating to people, business and future plans. He will be looking after the activation side of the business as well, besides pursuing new business streams.

Commenting on his new role, Thapar said, “It is a significantly expanded mandate. It helps me put my whole experience over the last 20 years to use. The Kolkata and Delhi offices are doing very well. There are a lot of multi-fold opportunities and challenges in this new role. This is really a proof that Ogilvy is an organisation which creates a conducive environment for both learning and growth of people, and I am looking forward to this new role.”

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