Rajat Meresh quits Madison for assignment in Dubai

By , agencyfaqs! | In Advertising
Last updated : December 28, 2006
Rajat Meresh has been a creative professional for the last 15 years. He has been at Madison since June 2004. He will now join Partnership Advertising, a Dubai based agency

Rajat Meresh

has quit Madison Creative for an assignment in the Middle East. He is ready to move to Dubai, where he will work for Partnership Advertising, a local agency, as creative director. At Madison, Delhi, Meresh was a creative director and, in the last two years, he has worked on brands such as Adobe and Intercontinental.

Meresh believes he has done his bit and that it's now time to move on. The prospect of working with an international agency is what he finds exciting in the new offer.

Rajat Meresh
Meresh says, "This move has more to do with the agency than the place. Partnership Advertising is one of the hottest creative agencies in Dubai. Besides, Dubai is known for cutting edge advertising in the Gulf market."

Prior to joining Madison, Meresh worked with Everest Brand Solutions. An economics graduate, he started his career at Contract Advertising, where he spent three years. Some of the other agencies with which he has worked are Bates Enterprise (then Enterprise), Grey Worldwide (then Trikaya Grey) and Saatchi & Saatchi.

Having spent almost 15 years as a creative professional, Meresh has worked on accounts such as Honda, Bausch & Lomb, HT, Philips, NIIT, Kelvinator, Rajdoot Paints, Hero Honda, Mother Dairy, Panasonic and Getit Yellow Pages.

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First Published : December 28, 2006

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