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Triton appoints Rana Barua as Vice President

24-August-2004
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Triton appoints Rana Barua as Vice President

Triton has appointed Rana Barua as Vice President, Brand Services, Mumbai. He was earlier with Redifusion DY&R. At Triton, Barua will be leading group of key clients at their Mumbai office and also play significant role in new business opportunities.

On his decision to join Triton, Barua states, “I am very restless by nature and love challenges and so I thought it was time to move on. After having worked on numerous pitches over the last few years the hunger has not died down and my mantra remains the same – “You don’t win silver, you lose gold”. From starting a cell in McCann, Delhi to spearheading new businesses in Rediff – the journey has been crazy and truly satisfactory.”

Welcoming Rana Barua on board, Jayesh Ravindranath, Executive Director, Triton communications, said, “We are extremely happy to have someone like him on board to further strengthen our Mumbai operations. It has been our endeavor to help our clients achieve their goals and have succeeded in doing so due to the presence of a great team in Triton.”

Barua has spent around 10 years in advertising business. He started his career with JWT, Kolkata. Later, he worked with Ogilvy and Lowe in Mumbai and then McCann, Delhi. He again shifted his base to Mumbai where he joined Redifusion DY&R. FMCG has been the lead category experience where he handled both global and Indian clientele. He has worked for brands like Reckitt & Colman, ITC, Johnson & Johnson and Cadilla. He was part of the team that launched TataTetley in India.

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