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Triton’s ED, Jayesh Ravindranath, puts in his papers

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Triton’s ED, Jayesh Ravindranath, puts in his papers

Triton Communications’ Executive Director, Jayesh Ravindranath, has called it a day at the agency after two and a half years. He now moves on to the other important domain of market – marketing. He will be joining the largest Dubai-based retail chain, Landmark, as Head of Marketing and will be based in Dubai.

Confirming the same to exchange4media, Ravindranath said that he would be taking charge within the next couple of weeks.

Ali Merchant, Director, Triton Communications, said, “Jayesh is a lovely man. We will miss him and I am happy for him. He wanted to do some work on branding and Landmark is a good firm. As regards his replacement, we haven’t taken any decision yet. We might get someone from within the agency or might look for somebody from outside. Basically, we haven’t taken a call on it and might have a totally different plan and might look at replacing Jayesh’s position at all. I and my partner are both pretty much involved with the agency’s operations and have hands-on information so there is no pressing need at the moment. It is still under consideration.”

Ravindranath has worked with agencies such as, Lowe, Grey Worldwide (Singapore), J Walter Thompson (Middle East), Saatchi & Saatchi and Leo Burnett. He has over 25 years of brand building and marketing communications experience, having worked on brands such as Unilever’s Clinic Plus, Omo, Lux and Organics, P&G’s Vicks, Whisper and Pantene, SmithKline Beecham’s Horlicks, Wrigleys, DeBeers, Citibank, Audi, and Philips domestic appliances.


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