Creativeland Asia Delhi-NCR brings board Souvik Datta as executive creative director

Souvik Datta, Executive Creative Director, Creativeland Asia.jpgCreativeland Asia has appointed Souvik Datta as Executive Creative Director. Based in Delhi, Datta will spearhead the creative leadership for Delhi-NCR.
Anu Joseph, Chief Creative Officer, Creativeland Asia said, "We have been looking for good creative leadership in Delhi-NCR for some time now. Souvik is a strong creative strategist with tremendous experience in this market. He has created some memorable work and is unafraid to try new things. I am pleased to have him on board. He will be working in close partnership with Manas Lahiri who we recently brought on board to lead the branch."
Datta (pictured left) said, "I am excited to be a part of a fiercely independent ecosystem. Creativeland comes with a legacy of good strong work and culture. I look forward to leading the Delhi-NCR creative duties and strengthening the Creativeland legacy in the market."
With an experience of over 17 years, Datta has worked with leading advertising agencies such as Lowe Lintas, DDB Mudra Group, TBWA\India and Contract, across Mumbai, Gurgaon, Bangalore and Kolkata. His work has also been awarded at industry award functions such as EFFIEs, ABBYs and Kyoorius.

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