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Surajit Roy, VP and Client Services Director, JWT, to head Contract Delhi

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Surajit Roy, VP and Client Services Director, JWT, to head Contract Delhi

Surajit Roy, Vice President and Client Services Director at JWT, is going to head its sister concern Contract. Rohit Ohri, General Manager and Branch Head - JWT Delhi, said, "He is still with JWT but will be heading Contract Delhi from June onwards. Roy will be reporting to CEO Jagdip Bakshi.

Roy has been associated with JWT for the last 18 years. Some of the accounts that Roy has worked on include Thompson's social portfolio, ESPN, Cargill Purita, Timex, and of course, Frito Lays. In addition to discharging his client servicing duties, Roy was heading JWT's Chandigarh office as well.

At the new job, Roy's primary task will be to boost the business for Contract Delhi and look after the entire operations.


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