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VGC Mumbai appoints Hanoz Mogrelia as Executive Creative Director

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VGC Mumbai appoints Hanoz Mogrelia as Executive Creative Director

Vyas Giannetti Creative (VGC) has appointed Hanoz Mogrelia as Executive Creative Director for their Mumbai operations. Mogrelia moves from Saatchi & Saatchi, where he was Creative Director and had an eight-year stint there.

Commenting on Mogrelia’s appointment, Preeti Vyas, Chairwoman and CEO, VGC, said, “We are currently in our tenth year of operations and have very clearly defined growth plans to move to the next level. On that note, I am proud to announce Hanoz Mogrelia as our new Executive Creative Director for Mumbai. He will be a great asset to the team and brings with him a wealth of experience across diverse industries.”

Mogrelia, who has 19 years’ experience, has to his credit several successful campaigns, including the launch of Playwin online lotteries, Tetley flavoured teabags, Speed petrol and the India launch of both Olay and Pampers. Apart from this, he has handled a wide variety of clients, including HDFC Mutual fund – various divisions like home loans, rural banking and NRI banking. Additionally, Mogrelia has also worked on both the IPOs of ICICI Bank and large businesses of Bharat Petroleum.


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