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Mudra unveils new logo

As part of its silver jubilee celebrations, Mudra Communications Pvt Ltd unveiled its new logo and launched a new portal here on Friday.

At present, Mudra group consists of two creative agencies named as Mudra Advertising and Interact Vision with an annual turnover exceeding Rs 100 crore.

Launching its new website and logo, Madhukar Kamath, managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) of Mudra said, “The agency has made an interesting choice of launching the new identity. It is reaffirmation of our past and a pact with the future.”

Over the last 25 years Mudra has built some of India’s biggest brands. Mudra work on major brands includes Reliance, Vimal, Rasna, Paras Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Samsung, McDonald’s, among others.

Mudra Communication was started in the year 1980 and in a short span of nine years the Mudra group has more than 150 clients nationwide with two creative agencies and eight full service offices including major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Kochi with seven specialised business units.


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