Campaign India Team
Oct 28, 2019

Mullen Lintas CEO Vikas Mehta quits

Mehta has been associated with the group for more than 13 years.

Vikas Mehta
Vikas Mehta
Less than a year after he took charge, Vikas Mehta, India CEO of Mullen Lintas, has announced his departure from the company. 
 
In January this year, Mullen Lintas announced the appointment of Mehta as CEO. Prior to that, he was CEO of group agency PointNine Lintas. 
 
Mehta has worked with the MullenLowe Group since 2006 in various roles.
 
At the age of 31, he was named managing director of Lowe Vietnam, making him the youngest country head in the global network. In 2011, he was named regional growth officer for Lowe Asia-Pacific, where he managed businesses and agencies across 15 countries.
 
He moved to India in 2013 to head marketing for MullenLowe Lintas Group as the first CMO of the agency. In 2017, he was named CEO, PointNine Lintas, an independent omnichannel agency.
 
Prior to joining MullenLowe Group, he worked with Publicis and Leo Burnett. 
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