After recently undergoing management changes, Leo Burnett has just appointed Hitesh Mehta as vice president. Mehta has previously worked at Leo Burnett Indonesia, and was working as an independent brand consultant before taking up his newest assignment. He will be based out of the Mumbai office, where his main mandate will be to head the McDonald's business nationally on both, account management and strategy, fronts.
Speaking about the appointment, Saurabh Varma, CEO, Leo Burnett India said, "With over a decade of integrated communications experience, Hitesh is extremely passionate about understanding human behaviour and applying those valuable insights to client work. It is this very orientation that is of great value to our strong HumanKind philosophy for our brands."
Added Mehta, "The QSR market is still quite nascent and there is immense scope for growth. It's a very exciting time forMcDonalds and Iam relishing the opportunity."
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Updated Date: Aug 30, 2014 12:30:46 IST