Emmanuel Upputuru joins Cheil WW India as CCO

Emmanuel Upputuru small.jpgCheil WW India has appoindted of Emmanuel Upputuru as Chief Creative Officer. In his role, Upputuru will be responsible for strengthening the creative capability and reputation of the agency.
 
With over two decades of experience across reputed communication networks Upputuru (pictured) is a celebrated creative head and an industry thought leader. He has spoken at various platforms and judged International award festivals. His work has won him global recognition including Lions and Pencils.
 
In his previous stints, he has worked with WPP and Publicis and led some of the most memorable and impactful campaigns for brands like HCL Technologies, Nestle, ITC, American Express, Oxigen Wallet, Dabur, Maruti, Hero, Motorola, Sprite, Cleartrip etc. His last venture was an exploration with communication entrepreneurship that he named ITSA. Upputuru is inspired by technology & innovation and is known for providing integrated creative solutions.
Atika Malik, COO, Cheil WW India said, "We are delighted to have Emmanuel join our leadership team. His appointment as the Chief Creative Officer of Cheil indicates our commitment to delivering industry-leading creative solutions across all platforms. We are the Agency built for Now and Emmanuel is an ideal leader to navigate the ever evolving marketing landscape and find innovative solutions to client's business problems. One can look forward to many more pieces of work by Cheil where creativity is inspired by technology."
 
Upputuru added, "I'm excited to be joining Cheil at this stage of their journey and point in my career. What attracted me to Cheil is their focus encapsulated in a two-word formula: creativity + technology - something that I have always believed in. I think, creativity is more powerful when applied to the whole business, beyond just marketing. Cheil is uniquely placed to deliver this promise. Finally I must congratulate Sagar on a fantastic run."

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