Sahil Nathu, Strategist, Sid Lee Amsterdam
With an entrepreneurial spirit, Sahil Nathu is a Strategist working for clients including Absolut Vodka at world renowned Sid Lee.
With an entrepreneurial spirit, Sahil Nathu is a Strategist working for clients including Absolut Vodka at world renowned Sid Lee. Based in Amsterdam. Sahil landed his position after grafting away in London at AMV BBDO and BBH.
We spoke to Sahil about these experiences, what he gets up day to day and to share some advice on things he’s learnt along the way.
Describe your career path up to now.
In one sentence?
A misfit crafting his own adventure.
After final year at uni and a bout of travel blues, I begged, borrowed and stole for placements at two of Britain’s iconic ad agencies, AMV BBDO & BBH. That was followed by helping out the digital team at a research consultancy called Flamingo and studying with Google.
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