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Suranjan Das quitting Fortune India as Senior VP & Managing Partner

30-September-2009
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Suranjan Das quitting Fortune India as Senior VP & Managing Partner

It is learnt from industry sources that Suranjan Das, Senior VP & Managing Partner at JWT’s Fortune India, has put in his papers. Though both Das and Colvyn Harris, CEO, JWT India, have denied the development, industry sources have confirmed the movement.

Das’ next destination also couldn’t be ascertained at the time of filing this report.

Das, who currently heads Fortune India, has overall 19 years’ experience in the advertising and marketing industry. Prior to taking in charge at Forune India, he was with JWT India as Senior VP and had spent 11 years in the agency.

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