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Hakuhodo Percept appoints Sharad Mathur as Senior Vice President

Hakuhodo Percept today announced the appointment of Sharad Mathur as Senior Vice President, Client Servicing. Sharad moves from FCB Ulka.

Based out of Delhi, Sharad will be leading the Maruti Suzuki Relationship.

Announcing Sharad’s appointment Elvis Sequeira, Chief Operating Officer, Hakuhodo India, said, " At Hakuhodo, we are constantly reshaping ourselves as an organisation to create more value for our clients and Sharad brings the next level of capability and talent that we're always on the hunt for. He is a solid relationship guy, a sharp brain and someone who can get people around him all fired up and raring to do new things. I have no doubt he will be one of our key pillars, moving forward."

Sharad, a post-graduate from MICA comes with two decades of experience across advertising and IT-ITES. Having started his career with Mudra communications, he also worked with Infosys and FCB ULKA. Over the years, he has worked on categories across Automobiles, FMCG, Durables, E-com, as well as Corporate entities. His brand portfolio includes Rasna, Everyuth, Whirlpool, Dish TV, Zee News, NatureFresh, Hero MotoCorp, HCL, GPI, Wendy’s and the like.

Some of the memorable campaigns that Sharad has been part of are the Hero Pleasure ‘Why should boys have all the fun’, Hero Maestro ‘Such a boy thing’, HCL Repositioning with ‘We touch Lives’ and Launch of Wendy’s in India, among others.

Speaking on his joining Sharad Mathur, said, “Hakuhodo has been doing some exciting work on Maruti Suzuki. When the opportunity came to be part of this association that was started by Hakuhodo launching Nexa, I just couldn’t miss it. At Hakuhodo we are redefining the agency client relationship to be more than just a creative service provider and I am really excited to be a part of this journey that is pioneering the Integrated Marketing approach.”

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