Hungama Digital Services elevates Kamal Amesur + Manesh Swamy to ECD and CD respectively

Amesur & Swamy.jpgHungama Digital Services India has promoted Kamal Amesur to Executive Creative Director and Manesh Swamy to Creative Director.

"I congratulate Kamal and Manesh on this well deserved elevation. With Kamal being the ECD and Manesh the Creative Director of HDS we have strengthened the platform of innovative thinking. They will set the bar for the next phase of solutions in the digital domain," said Carlton D'Silva, CEO and CCO of HDS.
Amesur (pictured left), previously a Creative Director has been with HDS since 2000. He has been actively involved in creating campaigns for HDS that have won at both national and international award shows. Besides bring in new business for HDS, Amesur works with clients such as ACC Cement, Godrej, HUL, Mahindra, Wipro and Intel.

His keen understanding of client objectives and brand understanding helps the creative team translate the same into effective creative digital solutions.

Swamy (pictured right) is a digital native who has over 15 years of experience in the digital space and has created multiple campaigns across multiple mediums including Digital, Activation & Mobile.

Swamy, who has been with HDS since 2004, has worked on various innovative campaigns for many global companies such as Mahindra, Intel, Pepsi, Airtel and Microsoft to name a few. He has played a significant role in helping the agency win metals in regional and international award shows.

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