Publicis Communications’ specialised digital transformation consulting and communications agency, Indigo Consulting, has made a key hire in its creative department. The agency has appointed Tharun James Jimani as Senior Creative Director. He will be based in Indigo Consulting’s Gurgaon office and will report to Prasanna Kulkarni, Head of Creative.
In his new mandate, Tharun will lead the creative function for Indigo’s existing and new clients in the Gurgaon office. He will work very closely with the teams across offices to drive business impact through innovative, data-led communication solutions.
Speaking about the appointment, Prasanna Kulkarni, Head of Creative at Indigo Consulting said, “Indigo Consulting’s Gurgaon operations have grown significantly especially in the last few months, and we want to make the best use of this momentum. We constantly add new brands to our growing portfolio, and this warranted an expansion of the creative leadership team. Tharun’s appointment comes at the perfect time, especially given his impressive experience across brands and categories.”
Tharun joins Indigo from Cheil Worldwide, where he was the Creative Director. His vast repertoire of experience has also seen him do some noteworthy work at agencies such as Dentsu Webchutney, JWT (now Wunderman Thompson) and IBS Unified. His body of work includes the Airtel 4G launch, Pepsi’s ‘Crash the IPL’ campaign, several of Red FM’s viral campaigns, and most recently, Samsung’s Galaxy A Series launch.
Speaking about his new role, Tharun says, "Indigo Consulting is one of the true forward-looking digital communication and business transformation companies in the industry today. It walks the integration talk with the Power of One philosophy, and is constantly looking to make clients business-ready for the future. I look forward to contributing with effective creative ideas for clients through my new role.”
Not only is he an award-winning advertising professional, but he is also a published author with books like Cough Syrup Surrealism and Mornings After to his name. In his spare time, Tharun loves writing and running.