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VML Qais appoints Udit Bhambri as Business Director, India

24-July-2014
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VML Qais appoints Udit Bhambri as Business Director, India

VML Qais Asia has brought on board Udit Bhambri as Business Director, India. Bhambri joins VML Qais with eight years of experience in branding, working for blue chip companies across industries such as FMCG, banking, real estate, pharmaceuticals, fashion and e-tailing.

Previously, Bhambri worked at a global brand consultancy firm as Business Director, and was responsible for business development and brand strategy.

Commenting on the appointment, Tripti Lochan, CEO, VML Qais Asia said, “With Udit’s vast experience in branding, he is well placed to lead our India business in providing leading-edge digital marketing solutions to clients.”

Launched two years ago in India, VML Qais’ client roster includes ICICI Bank, Revlon, Mahindra, Mahindra Holidays and Shiseido. Asia clients include Hilton, Sony Pictures, 3M, Dell, Banyan Tree, INSEAD and Remy Martin. VML Qais was named AOR for Revlon in the region in recognition of its work for the brand in India.

VML bagged eight Lions at this year’s Cannes Lions Festival.

 

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