Vijay Joseph joins DDB Mudra South and East as Senior Creative Director
DDB Mudra South and East recently appointed Vijay Joseph as Senior Creative Director.
Speaking on his appointment, Vijay Joseph said, “I’m excited to join DDB Mudra South and East at a time when a new creative leadership is taking over. It gives me the chance to be a part of the creative evolution that’s taking shape, than merely join the ranks in a system that’s already in place.”
Joseph joins the advertising house with over 10 years experience working with known agencies like JWT India, Ogilvy and Mather and Disha Advertising to name a few. He has experience with brands like Nike, Van Heusen, Black Dog Scotch Whisky, Prestige Builders, IBM, Indus Pride, Scullers, Indigo Nation, TVS Mopeds.
Quoting on Vijay’s appointment, Vishnu Srivatsav, Creative Head, DDB Mudra South and East said, “Vijay has an awesome combination of great craft, lateral thinking and brilliant attitude. I welcome him on board and I'm certain his vast experience and dynamism will add another dimension to DDB Mudra South's creative leadership.”
Jospeh takes on the new position at the agency’s Bangalore office where he will report to Srivatsav.
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