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Rediffusion Y & R appoints Dilip Marathe as Creative Head, Art

This is the second stint of Dilip with the agency; he will be based out of Mumbai.

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | May 11, 2011

Dilip Marathe has been appointed as Creative Head – Art at Rediffusion – Y & R, Mumbai.  He has over 18 years of experience in the advertising industry. He will be reporting into N Padmakumar, National Creative Director and will be based out of Mumbai.

Dilip started his career with Dacunha Advertising.  After his stint there he left moved onto Trikaya Grey after which his next destination was McCann Erickson.  Rediffusion – Y & R followed immediately thereafter where he spent around 14 years before moving onto Percept/H and Publicis Ambience.

In his long career, Dilip has worked on Airtel, Maruti Udyog, CitiBank, Thomson Television, Eveready,, BPL Mots, BPL Television, GPI, Hindustan Petroleum, Tata Motors, Onida, Cadilla, Servo, Xtra Premium, Xtra Mile from IOCL, Air India, Colgate Palmolive, Zee TV , DNA, Singapore Tourism, Sahara Group, Canon, Pantaloons, Force India, Nahar Group, SBI Mutual Funds, Bajaj Allianz, Yardley, LG, Videocon d2h, P&G, Nerolac and Parx.

N Padmakumar, National Creative Director, Rediffusion Y&R said “Rediffusion Y&R is home for Dilip and we warmly welcome him back. Dilip has been instrumental in shaping a few of our bigger brands in the past and is all geared up to doing so again. I am sure that with his wide experience and long association with Rediffusion –Y&R, he will add immense value to our Clients.”

Neville Medhora, Vice President, Mumbai said “Dilip has a strong legacy of  great creative work and a fantastic relationships across clients. Dilip’s coming back on board, will further boost the creative quotient in Mumbai”

On his appointment  Dilip Marathe, Creative Head – Art, said “I am truly delighted to be back to where I belong.  I am eagerly looking forward to working on the exciting repertoire of brands that the Mumbai office works on.”

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