Creativeland Asia brings on board Kunal Chakravarty to lead their Mumbai operations

Kunal Chakravarty.jpgCreativeland Asia has appointed Kunal Chakravarty as Branch Head - Mumbai. In his new role, Chakravarty (pictured left) will lead the Mumbai operations and spearhead new business development while keeping the Creativeland Culture intact.
On the recent appointment, Sajan Raj Kurup, Founder and Creative Chairman, Creativeland Asia Group said, "I am delighted to add Kunal to the Creativeland family. In his past roles, he has played an instrumental role in scaling up business, steering brand management strategies and forging strong client partnerships. Kunal will lead operations at our Mumbai office. He would be responsible for expanding our business in this region."
Chakravarty said, "I have always admired Creativeland as an agency which has strong independent values and I am looking forward to be a part of this exciting journey. Creativeland has a legacy of doing some path-breaking and award winning work and is known for its culture of Good Creative Upbringing. I look forward to further strengthen the Mumbai operations."
With an experience of over 17 years, Chakravarty has worked with reputed firms in the media space such as Rediffusion-DY&R, Lowe and Havas Worldwide to name a few. He has also been involved in creating path-breaking integrated communications for some of the most credible brands across sectors such as Marico, HDFC Bank, Bharat Petroleum, Asian Paints, Star India, Tata Motors, UTI Mutual Fund. In his last assignment, he was the Senior Vice President at Contract India where he led the integrated marketing communications business for the agency.

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