Dabas is now chief strategy officer, McCann Worldgroup India; Kishore and Kapoor have been elevated as national head, planning, Truth Central, and vice-president and general manager, India operations, MRM McCann, respectively.
McCann Worldgroup India has announced the elevation of its three top level executives. Jitender Dabas, who joined McCann Delhi as executive vice-president, strategic planning in 2011, has been elevated as chief strategy officer, McCann Worldgroup India. Suraja Kishore, who had joined the agency's Mumbai office as executive planning director in November 2013, has been promoted as national head, planning - Truth Central, and Punit Kapoor, who joined MRM McCann in May 2006 and was heading its Delhi operations, has been elevated as vice-president and general manager, India operations, MRM McCann.
As for Kapoor, Joshi says, "He has helped grow MRM's Delhi business year-on-year beyond industry average and is ready to take on the challenge for MRM at the national level."
Carrying forward his comments, Joshi says, "McCann has had an exemplary run over the last few years. From new business, to help existing brands to face the challenges of market situations, and further, to being the No.1 agency for three years in a row according to the Gunn report, McCann India is scaling new heights. And our team, especially the members above, have contributed significantly in our journey, and I am positive that our brands and businesses will benefit from their expertise."
McCann Erickson is the founding unit of McCann Worldgroup.
McCann Worldgroup, part of Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG), is a global marketing company which claims to have 23,000 employees in more than 120 countries comprising McCann Erickson (advertising), MRM (digital marketing/relationship management), Momentum (event marketing/promotion), McCann Health (professional/dtc communications), MRM End to End (database marketing and events), Weber Shandwick (public relations), Lodestar UM (media management), MWG TAG (advertising), and CRAFT (global adaptation and production).