Mumbai: Publicis India today announced the appointment of Nisha Ganneri and Gursimran Singh as Associate Vice President, Strategy and Vice President – Strategy. Both the appointees will report to Sudeep Gohil – Chief Strategy Officer & Managing Partner.
Nisha joins in from Ogilvy, Gurgaon, where she was the Planning Director; while Gursimran’s last stint was at MullenLowe Lintas as AVP. Nisha and Gursimran both possess over 11 years of rich experience and have been successful in driving growth and thought leadership for iconic global and local brands.
Gursimran Singh as Vice President Strategy, said “I am honoured to be a part of Publicis Worldwide, an organisation which follows ‘Power of One’ philosophy, keeping their communication integrated yet dynamic. I’m delighted to be stepping into my new role and really look forward to delivering work that makes our clients’ stand out in the industry.”
Commenting on her new role Nisha Ganneri, Associate Vice President Strategy, said “It’s a pleasure to be a part of an esteemed organisation like Publicis India and getting to work for some really exciting clients. Publics has an impeccable repute in the industry because of its zest for exceeding expectations. Delivering the best has been my motto and I look forward to working with the teams through the ‘Power of One’ philosophy.”
Srija Chatterjee, Managing Director, Publicis India, said, “Appointing some of the best talents of the industry at leadership positions is a vital step that takes us forward in the direction to providing our clients with exceptional experiences. We hope that this new journey will turn out to be an exciting chapter for them and I wish them all the best on their new endeavour.”
Ravpreet Ganesh, Executive Director, Publicis India, said, “We are delighted to have Nisha Ganneri and Gursimran Singh on-board at Publicis Worldwide. They have an amazing experience in the industry and their contributions are commendable. We look forward to work with these vibrant minds and deliver the best embarking our expertise.”