Grey appoints Kamil Kuran as Group CEO MENA

Kamil Kuran.jpgGrey Group has appointed Kamil Kuran as Group Chief Executive Officer, Grey MENA. In his new role, he will report to Nirvik Singh, Chairman & CEO, Grey Group Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa.

"We are currently pushing forward in the MENA region with great momentum, and I am delighted to extend a very warm welcome to Kamil. A leader with incredible business acumen and a reputation for excellence, I have no doubt that he will play a significant role in facilitating the growth and presence of Grey in this region", said Singh.

Kamil (pictured) moved to advertising in 1998 by joining Leo Burnett MENA as Regional Planning Director, responsible for both the planning function and taking on the planning lead on the Kraft and GM accounts, as well as the role of agency lead for regional training. He also worked concurrently on new pitches and brand consultancy projects for P&G, Mastercard, Kellogg's, Phillip Morris, Showtime, and Saudi Telecom.
"Grey has built a great reputation over the years, and I am looking forward to joining the network at an exciting time as it happens to be Grey's centenary year too. The region has a lot of potential, and we have plans to make a genuine difference here. Plans that will not only give Grey a bigger footprint in the region but will also give our clients a creative edge and significantly more offerings", added Kuran.

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