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Anupama Ramaswamy, Ashish Chakravarty and Rajdeepak Das appointed as jury chairs for Abby Awards 2024 powered by One Show

They are set to serve as the jury chair for the Still Digital category, Audio category, and Film category.

We are not an advertising agency: Rajdeepak Das, Leo Burnett

The chief Burnetter and now CCO, Publicis SA distils the making of an agency fit for the more than everchanging times ahead.
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Publicis Groupe appoints Rajdeepak Das as South Asia CCO and Leo Burnett, South Asia Chairman

He will work closely with the creative, data and technology talent across the Groupe to champion these mandates.

Rajdeepak Das on AI, whether advertising is fun or not, and creative mediums

A chat with the CCO of Leo Burnett that won the most metals at the recent Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

ABBY One Show 2023 announces Jury Chairs

Russell Barrett, Mandie van der Merwe, Pallavi Chakravarti, and Rajdeepak Das have been appointed by the board.
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Rajdeepak Das appointed as chairman of Publicis Groupe, South Asia’s Creative Council

The Council will channelise capabilities across creative, data, media and technology to create purposeful work with Publicis Groupe’s unique Power of One strength.

After Tamil, Telugu and Kannada, Spotify is going after Malayalam-speaking listeners now

Spotify’s latest campaign aims to penetrate deeper into South India. The audio streaming platform has just released its first ad in Malayalam.

Amer Jaleel, Ashwini Deshpande, and Bobby Pawar and others to join ABBYs 2022 jury panel

Other names on the list are Chaaya Bharadwaj, Rahul Mathew and Rajdeepak Das who will be judging ABBYs 2022 along with international judges.

“Mind your own business” belts out Apple in new film that takes the promise of privacy ahead

This adds a new chapter to the discussion around how advertisers can target iPhone users.
Advertising's new campaign features women taking the reins in the matrimonial process

In both the ads, the potential bride-to-be takes an active role in groom hunting, instead of the family initiating the conversation.