e4mrecap: The week that was
We list a few important stories that you may have missed in the week gone by
Published - Jun 2, 2018 9:09 AM Updated: Jun 2, 2018 9:09 AM
MediaCom has appointed Navin Khemka as CEO of its South Asia operations effective July 16, 2018. Khemka takes on the role from Debraj Tripathy who will be leaving the organisation to explore new opportunities outside the group.
A look at Brand Rajinikanth who despite a 40 years long career continues to spin magic. His upcoming film Kaala (at 68!) and formation of a new political party are case in point.
Sir Martin Sorrell is set for a return as he is taking charge of a shell company, Derriston Capital, and plans to turn it into a new advertising/marketing venture. This development comes just weeks after he left advertising giant WPP where he was the driving force. Derriston would acquire S4 Capital, an entity controlled by Sir Martin, and that he would put £40m of his own money into the venture.
As Sir John Hegarty, founding partner of Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH), was in India to judge the Star Re.Imagine Awards that will honour the best creatives broadcast on Star Sports and Hotstar during IPL 2018, we caught up with him for a master-class on advertising peppered with passionate one-liners, severe criticism of the industry practices at large, and some crystal ball gazing.
MediaCom Appoints Navin Khemka As CEO- South Asia Ops
Kaala, Politics And So Much More...Brand Rajinikanth Continues To Spin Magic
Sir Martin Sorrell To Comeback With New Advertising Venture
Hegarty On Advertising... And More
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