Sambit Mohanty starts at J Walter Thompson India in national creative director position

Sambit Mohanty.jpgSambit Mohanty has come on board at J Walter Thompson India in the National Creative Director role. His appointment was announced late last year.

Sambit has spent 18 years in the advertising & design industry. He has won Cannes Lions, D&AD Pencils, Spikes Asia, AdStars Asia Awards, Goafest Gold Abbies and Kyoorius Blue Elephants. Even winning several IAA Olive Crown Golds, Marketing Effectiveness Effie Golds and APAC Effie Silver Awards for big brands like Volkswagen, Adidas, Coca Cola and Unicef among many others.
"Sambit was the youngest and more importantly the hungriest of all the potential creative leaders we considered for the NCD role," said Senthil Kumar, Chief Creative Officer JWT India.
"Sambit will work with me and ignite fresh energy into the JWT India creative product. He has the ambition and the drive to champion pioneering ideas and path breaking solutions for all our clients."
An avid quizzer, Mohanty is well known in the Delhi quiz circuit. He has had the distinction of being a finalist in BBC Mastermind and national winner of the Brand Equity Quiz. Sambit has been acknowledged by 4Ps business magazine as one of 'India's Gen-Next Creative Brains'. He is also a visiting faculty in MDI, Gurgaon and takes classes specializing in creativity and brand communication.

Mohanty joins from DDB Mudra and will be based in Delhi.

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