Fountainhead MKTG, a Dentsu Aegis Network company, is one of India’s leading experiential marketing agencies. They combine brand insights and innovation with on-ground expertise. This glorious journey began in 1995 with the vision of building brands with delightful experiences while retaining their core values of professionalism, creativity, integrity and innovation.

The company’s secret to success is its marketing intelligence across media platforms coupled with its passion for creating revolutionary experiences that put the brand at the centre of strategic thought. They create memorable experiences for brands that help them cut through the clutter.

Meet the Management

Brian Tellis
Brian TellisCo-Founder and Group CEO

Brian Tellis has carved out a niche for himself in the entertainment industry with a multi-faceted career spread over three decades. He has worked in theatre, compered events and anchored radio shows among many other things. In 1995, Brian co-founded Fountainhead along with Otis D'Souza and Neale Murray. He has also been a part of many prestigious jury panels like the Channel [V] Awards, and the MTV Video Music Awards.

Neale Murray
Neale MurrayCo-Founder and Group COO

With a strong background in the corporate world of sales and marketing, Neale Murray was well known in corporate circles even before he started his entrepreneurial journey. Despite his professional commitments, Neale continues to pursue arts with great zeal. He is the Festival Director of ‘Celebrate Bandra’, an initiative of Fountainhead and the Celebrate Bandra Trust.

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Offices in Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Kochi5
Across India

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Indigenous Terra Madre

In November 2015, NESFAS, The Indigenous Partnership and Slow Food International organised the International Mei-Ramew gathering, the second edition of the international event Indigenous Terra Madre, which brought together indigenous peoples from around the world and presented them with a unique opportunity to network and share knowledge about food, nutrition and biocultural diversity. The festival aimed to bring together India’s largest ever international indigenous food festival, which meant that the outreach required us to be accessible to people from all over the world. It was a massive logistical challenge, with the scale of potential attendees, the required logistics and the relatively inaccessible destination, with multiple travel itineraries and preferences.

The Festival was a resounding success, and is well on its way to win multiple awards for logistical and technological prowess. The feedback to the logistics and communication was outstanding and is being considered a benchmark for future festivals.

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