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Enormous Brands strengthens leadership at Gurgaon office

All of the new appointments at Enormous Brands are effective immediately.

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MUMBAI: Enormous Brands has bolstered its northern operations with significant appointments across all disciplines. The agency has hired Prateek Suri as creative head Gurgaon. He joins from Publicis India where he was a creative director.

He will report to Enormous managing partner Ashish Khazanchi. 

Prateek is joined by Pallav Medhi and Harsh Maheshwari, Enormous’ newest senior creative directors. Further, Aditi Sobti and Rishabh Sood have come in a Client Services Directors, while Anuraag is the branch’s newest Senior Planning Director.

Speaking about the new hires, Ashish Khazanchi says, “A creative agency is as great as its people, above anything else. Infusing some fine talent across creative, account management and strategy will help strengthen Enormous’ entire creative product further. I am eager to see what this young blood has in store for us in the months to come, and I am equally confident it will be great.”

Prateek has over 12 years of experience in the advertising industry and has won multiple awards in his career. Apart from Publicis India, he has worked with Contract India, J Walter Thompson, Ogilvy & Mather and L&K Saatchi across key national clients such as Maggi, Dominos, Truecaller, Vivo, Mrs Bector and DishTV among others.

Speaking about his new mandate, Prateek Suri mentions, “I have followed Enormous’ journey for a while now. I think it is one of the few agencies that does honest, creative and quirky work. Ashish has put together a very talented team, and I am excited to start my new journey here.”

Harsh’s last stint was with J Walter Thompson, where he worked on the agency’s Pepsi business. Pallav comes in from Times Internet, where he was the Creative Lead. Anuraag, too, joins from J. Walter Thompson.

Aditi and Rishabh, both client services directors, have joined from Coca-Cola and Publicis India, respectively.

All of the new appointments at Enormous Brands are effective immediately. 

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