Theresa Ronnie joins FCB Ulka as the new head of office for Bengaluru to up the office's ante

Theresa Ronnie.jpgFCB Ulka has appointed Theresa Ronnie as the new Head of Office for Bengaluru. In her role, Ronnie will be responsible for upping the ante for the Bangalore office.

Ronnie (pictured) will be reporting to Nitin Karkare, CEO FCB Ulka and will be based out the Bangalore office.

Ronnie is a Brand Communications Specialist with over 16 years in the business of shaping brands. She joins from Publicis, where she was heading the Bengaluru operations. Ronnie has worked at agency teams in JWT and Rediffusion in India and with Bates, M&C Saatchi and Leo Burnett in Dubai and Malaysia respectively.
Some of the brands she has shaped in the past include Ford, Citibank, Swatch, MontBlanc, Volkswagen, PETRONAS, Heineken, Amstel, Kingfisher Ultra and Ultra Max.

Nitin Karkare, CEO, FCB Ulka said, "Absolutely delighted to have Theresa on board. She has the right attitude and aptitude for her role. I am sure our clients and our people will benefit a lot from her experience."

Ronnie said, "I have always respected FCB India for their strategic business sensibility and their deep knowledge of the Indian consumer. The FCB I have joined today, is a powerhouse filled with great people and amazing talent. I believe that FCB's emerging creative strength lies in its dynamic, young team that is wonderfully attuned to client market challenges. I am honoured and humbled to be included in their ranks."

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