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Jaipur’s Piyush Pandey named Ogilvy’s new global CCO

DNJAI95130 | 12/6/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :254 | Media & Marketing



Jaipur: Another proud day for Jaipur as India’s top ad man Piyush Pandey on Wednesday appointed Ogilvy & Mather’s global chief creative officer (CCO). Piyush, who has been born and brought in Jaipur, is credited with the changing the entire adverting scene in India. A product of Jaipur’s Saint Xavier’s School, Piyush in a career spaning more than three decades has created some of the most memorable ad campaigns like Cadbury, Fevicol, Asian Paints and Indian Railways.
Taking to Twitter, John Seifert, chief executive, Ogilvy Worldwide said: “We could not be more thrilled that Piyush will be serving as our chief creative officer, worldwide and my creative partner.”
He added: “Piyush is a true industry icon who is uniquely
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