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Mudra Delhi beefs up its creative team; adds two new Group Heads

Mudra Delhi beefs up its creative team; adds two new Group Heads

Author | Pallavi Goorha | Friday, Apr 07,2006 7:54 AM

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Mudra Delhi beefs up its creative team; adds two new Group Heads

Mudra Delhi is in the process of strengthening the creative department at its Delhi office, for which it has recruited six creative professionals. Speaking about the new people, Mudra Creative Head, Ullas Chopra, said, “I am absolutely delighted to have all of them on board. The talent that has just come in has started doing some exceptional work for us. They will help Mudra win some new businesses.”

Lowe’s Radha Krishnan has joined Mudra Delhi as Group Head. He was working in a similar capacity at Lowe. His new role in Mudra would be to handle the Dabur business along with No Marks and the newly won Shoe Factory business. Krishnan, who has nine years’ experience, has previously worked in Grey, Publicis, Maruti Omni, BILT, and Apollo Amazor.

Kaustav Chatterjee has joined Mudra Delhi as Group Head from Leo Burnett, where he was Group Head. His new role would be to handle clients like Dabur Ayurvedics, Dabur South, Hindustan Motors, and Philips, among others. Chatterjee has previously worked in Lowe, O&M and McCann-Erickson India, where he had handled clients like Coca-Cola, Thums UP, Zee News and the National Congress Campaign ‘Aam Aadmi’.

Another person who has come on board is Rediffusion’s Gurdish Padam, who has joined as Senior Art Director. He will be partnering Chatterjee. Padam has worked with Chatterjee earlier in Leo Burnett. Airtel, Hutch and Zee News are some of the clients that Padam has handled prior to joining Mudra.

Another Rediffusion-DY&R hand, Pankaj Gajwani, has joined as Senior Art Director. Vishwajeet Das has joined as Art Director. He was earlier with Publicis. The last joinee is Rakshit Bharadwaj, who has joined as a visualiser. He was earlier with Capital Advertising.

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