Campaign India Team
Jan 13, 2020

Lowe Lintas hands head of South India role to Sonali Khanna

She has been with the organisation for the last 15 years

Sonali Khanna
Sonali Khanna
The MullenLowe Lintas Group has announced that Sonali Khanna has been appointed as the head of Lowe Lintas' operations in South India. She joined the organisation in 2004 as senior brand services director and was most recently executive director. 
 
Virat Tandon, group CEO, MullenLowe Lintas Group, said, “Sonali is what an ideal advertising leader should be. She’s as adept at strategy as she is at managing client relationships and leading high performance teams. In her 15 years at Lowe, she has worked on some of the most demanding assignments across offices and brands. And, she has delivered every single time. I am very happy to announce her as the branch head for Lowe Lintas South. It’s perhaps the most successful regional operation of any agency in the country. I am certain that with Sonali in the driver’s seat now, it’s going to move several notches higher.”
 
Khanna said, “Lowe Lintas South has always been an enviable operation for MullenLowe Lintas Group. The office has consistently delivered ground-breaking work for its clients; helping them build brands that are a force to reckon with. What sets us apart is that despite inheriting a large agency DNA, our mind-set still reflects that of a hungry start-up. We are a bunch of passionate and dedicated professionals always ready for the next challenge. Leading such a group of talented individuals is a real privilege. On a personal note, I started my Lintas journey with Lowe Lintas Bangalore back in 2004. 15 years and 3 cities later, it’s a real thrill to be spearheading an office that’s truly special.”
 
Khanna has also worked with Grey Group. 
 
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