Vishal Ahluwalia joins Grey Group India as vice president and office head of their Bangalore office

Vishal.jpgGrey Group India has appointed Vishal Ahluwalia to head its Bangalore office as Vice President & Office Head. He will report to Sunil Lulla, Chairman & Managing Director of Grey group India.

Ahluwalia (pictured) joins Grey with two decades of marketing communications experience across various geographies and disciplines. In his various avatars, Ahluwalia has headed businesses and has been an entrepreneur. Until recently, he has worked as a Member of the Board of IRIS Worldwide in which he spearheaded the digital and retail verticals. Prior to this, he was the Head for TBWA-South India, Head of the Unilever business for JWT-Taipei and a senior member of both Contract and JWT.
"Vishal brings a great blend of advertising savviness and digital smarts to Grey. His experience across geographies and diverse categories, will strengthen the leadership team at Grey. He will take further our integrated offerings to various clients and enable their brands to be Famous and Effective," said Lulla on welcoming Vishal on board.

Ahluwalia holds a post graduate degree in Sales and Marketing. He has worked on brands including Nestle, SONY, Reckitt, Pernod Ricard, Unilever, Dabur, Coca Cola, Maruti, Tata Gold Plus, Kimberly Clark and many others.

Speaking about his new role, Ahluwalia said, "I am very excited about the prospect of bringing my skills across various streams to Grey group's rich and diverse client roster. I do believe the future requires us to be able to deliver services in a wholesome and integrated fashion. I am delighted to return to Bangalore which has always been a springboard for my learning and my success."

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