Singh, vice-president, creative, at Euro RSCG, Delhi, has been elevated to the position of chief creative officer for the agency's Indian operations. Singh moved to Euro RSCG in 2005 from O&M.
Singh has nearly 14 years of experience, and has worked in several agencies, including Grey Worldwide, Contract Advertising, FCB-Ulka, Equus and, of course, O&M. He has won many awards both nationally and internationally - at the New York Festivals, D&AD, Abbys and GoaFest. He has had his work featured in 'The Communication Annual', and also won two One Show entries for his work for Ambika Pillai's saloon and for HOPE (Human Organs Procurement & Educational Trust).
As vice-president, Singh was responsible for the quality of creative work that has been flowing out of Euro RSCG's Delhi branch for two years. His new mandate is an extension of the same work, but at the national level.
Suman Srivastava, CEO, Euro RSCG, India, says "Singh has done a great job of attracting talent and improving the standard of work in our Delhi office. He has been instrumental in winning several new business pitches also."
Singh himself says, "We have got many exciting brands on board in the last one year as well as some excellent creative professionals. My mandate now will be to serve as a catalyst and help Euro RSCG realise its creative reputation and potential in India."
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