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Chaitali Dasgupta joins iris Delhi as Creative Director

10-October-2017
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Chaitali Dasgupta joins iris Delhi as Creative Director

Global creative agency iris has appointed Chaitali Dasgupta to the role of Creative Director, as part of the agency’s plans to grow in India.

With more than 15 years industry experience working on brands such as Ford, Nokia, Microsoft, NIIT and more, Chaitali’s most recent position was the Creative Director for GTB India, Ford’s global agency.

Chaitali started her career as a journalist for ‘Virtual Mahazine’ before moving on to pursue her passion in advertising and worked with a number of renowned mainline and digital agencies. Her work encompassed several national and international award-winning campaigns including The One Show, Webbys, Goa Fest and Kyoorius.

Shaun Mcilrath, Chief Creative Officer at iris said, “We’re really delighted that Chaitali has joined the family. For us, she represents an exciting and dynamic talent in an equally exciting and dynamic market.” At iris Delhi, Chaitali will be responsible for leading and growing the agency’s creative output for clients in the region, working with clients including Shell and Beam Suntory.

Talking about the new role, Chaitali Dasgupta said, “I am pleased to be joining a firm that is at the forefront of bringing bold, meaningful and effective campaigns to life for their clients’ businesses. More importantly, I’m looking forward to being part of a team that shares the same vision as me.”

Globally, iris works with some of the world’s most recognised and progressive clients, from adidas, KFC and Barclaycard to Samsung and LEGO.

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