Independent digital and creative agency, Enormous Brands has announced a number of significant appointments across its branches at Delhi and Mumbai.
The agency has brought on board Pratik Adhikari as Associate Vice-President, Account Management at its Gurgaon office. Further, Parijaat Sehgal is joining the agency as an Associate Vice-President and he will also head his own unit at the Gurugram office.
In addition to these, for its Mumbai operations, Enormous has also brought on board Swati Agnihotri as Client Servicing Director from Ogilvy Mumbai.
Adhikari’s last stint was with Lowe Lintas as a Business Head in its Gurgaon office. He has worked across more than 15 product categories in his career. He has played an instrumental role in drafting communication strategies for global and national brands such as Thums Up, NatureFresh, India Gate, Jameson, Absolut, HP, Philips, Whirlpool, OLX, Uber, Harley Davidson, McDonald’s, Hindustan Times, Vodafone, amongst others.
Sehgal comes in from Innocean Worldwide and has extensive experience in the automotive category. Aside from Hyundai and Hero, he's also worked on diverse brands like PayTm, Zomato, Pizza Hut, Greenply & Taco Bell. He was behind as many as 7 award-winning campaigns.
Pratik and Parijaat will both work with Ashish Khazanchi, Managing Partner, Enormous, to strengthen the North operations.
Meanwhile, Agnihotri comes in with extensive experience in the financial services category. She used to work on ICICI Bank in Ogilvy and has also worked in the marketing division of Kotak Mahindra. She brings in experience in both mainline and digital. Aside from finance, she's also been a part of large campaigns on Kotex, Huggies, Welspun, J&J Acuvue & Shemaroo Entertainment.
Khazanchi said, “Along with the team that Enormous already has and now the addition of this new dynamic team, I honestly think that we at last have the best-in-class account management team possible anywhere in the country. We have the most fire in the belly is something I can already clearly see. It'll be interesting to see where they take us.”