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DDB Mudra West appoints Nilay Moonje as Group Creative Director

29-September-2015
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DDB Mudra West appoints Nilay Moonje as Group Creative Director

DDB Mudra Group recently announced the appointment of Nilay Moonje as Group Creative Director, DDB Mudra West. Moonje will be based out of the agency’s office in Mumbai.

Moonje joins DDB Mudra West from Ogilvy & Mather where he was a Creative Director. He started his career at Ogilvy and moved to Leo Burnett for a brief period, before coming back to Ogilvy for a second long stint.

In his twelve-year career, Moonje has worked on numerous multinational brands in FMCG, sports, electronics, financial and tourism sector. His key client roster includes brands like Amaron Batteries, Star Sports Pro Kabaddi, Diu Tourism, Comfort Fabric Conditioner, Siemens, Taj Mahal Tea, Johnnie Walker, Bajaj Electricals and Loksatta to name a few.

Quoting on his appointment, Nilay Moonje said, “It is a great opportunity to work at DDB Mudra West, and under the creative leadership of Rahul Mathew and Sonal Dabral. The agency is moving in the right direction and it has people and brands with immense potential. I hope to add to the agency’s creative reputation by producing work that is creatively fresh and effective at the same time.”

Rahul Mathew, Creative Head, DDB Mudra West commented, “Nilay embodies all that we stand for at DDB Mudra West – a penchant for big brand work and a hunger for fame. He adds strong winds to our creative sails. I look forward to an exciting journey with him.”

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