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Lowe Lintas elevates Naveen Gaur to COO

MUMBAI: Mullen Lowe Lintas Group has elevated Naveen Gaur to chief operating officer of Lowe Lintas with immediate effect.

Gaur will oversee Lowe Lintas’ offices in New Delhi (NCR), Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata. He will continue to be based in New Delhi and will report to Raj Gupta, whose elevation to CEO of Lowe Lintas was announced a few days back.
Gaur was earlier president of Lowe Lintas and in charge of New Delhi (NCR) operations.

Said MullenLowe Lintas Group Group chairman & CEO Joseph George, “Naveen has played a significant role in strengthening Lowe Lintas’ operations of New Delhi (NCR) and has had an incredibly successful run the past 5 years. His proven track record of driving growth and creative excellence makes him a very strong support for the Lowe Lintas leadership of Arun Iyer and Raj Gupta as we put in place an ambitious and futuristic roadmap for the agency.”

Added Gaur, “It’s a great opportunity and a privilege to further strengthen this great agency as we move into this ever changing dynamic business environment. I look forward to partnering with Arun and Raj to drive this agenda.”

Gaur joined Lowe Lintas in 2010 as branch head in Delhi. Over the years, he has built a strong team of professionals and encouraged an entrepreneurial culture of growth and creative excellence. Under his leadership, the Delhi office added clients like OLX, Sun Pharma, Pernod Ricard, Cargill Foods and Google. He led his team to win major accolades across effectiveness award shows each year over the past 7 years.