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As FCB Interface’s Vice Chairman & CEO Joemon Thaliath Retires, Gaurav Dudeja Becomes CEO

With Joemon Thaliath, Vice Chairman and CEO, FCB Interface, a part of FCB Group India, announcing his move to take retirement, Gaurav Dudeja who has been associated with the agency for the past one-and-a-half-years as COO has been elevated to the role of Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.

| Published on April 2, 2024

As FCB Interface’s Vice Chairman & CEO Joemon Thaliath Retires, Gaurav Dudeja Becomes CEO
Left - Gaurav Dudeja, Right - Joemon Thaliath

After being associated with FCB Interface, part of FCB Group India, as a Founding Partner to being at the agency’s helm as Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Joemon Thaliath has decided to take a retirement from his agency escapade.

With this development in place, the agency has announced that Gaurav Dudeja who has been serving as FCB Interface’s Chief Operating Officer for the past more than one-and-a-half years has been elevated to the role of CEO, effective immediately.

In his new role, Dudeja will drive strategic direction and execution, working closely with FCB Group India’s senior management team to enhance the Group’s market position and foster growth across all business operations.

Dheeraj Sinha, Group CEO, FCB Group India and South Asia
Dheeraj Sinha

Expressing his views on the development, Dheeraj Sinha, Group CEO, FCB Group India and South Asia, said, “It’s always gratifying to witness our leaders advance and embrace new responsibilities. Gaurav is a business leader who embodies exceptional talent and drive, consistently exhibiting forward-thinking strategies. Since his appointment, FCB Interface has experienced significant growth. With his unwavering enthusiasm and dedication to delivering top-tier solutions for our clients, I am confident he will play a pivotal role in shaping a promising future for FCB Interface and the broader FCB Group.”

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Joe for his remarkable leadership and invaluable contributions to FCB Interface and the industry throughout the thirty-year tenure. His exceptional guidance and vision have driven our agencies’ success. We wish him a joyous and fulfilling retirement,” he added.

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