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Max Hegerman bids adieu to Tribal DDB

15-September-2011
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Max Hegerman bids adieu to Tribal DDB

Max Hegerman has quit as President of Tribal DDB India, the digital arm of Mudra Group. A spokesperson from Mudra Group has confirmed the development and said that no decision had been taken yet on his successor.

Hegerman had been working as President with Tribal DDB since July 2009. He has nearly 20 years’ experience in the advertising and marketing field around the world. Prior to Tribal DDB, Hegerman was Regional Marketing Director at TBWA\Media Arts Lab in Beijing. He has also worked with Energy BBDO and Euro RSCG.

Tribal DDB had recently worked on the James Bond campaign for Star Movies.

Hegerman was unavailable for comments at the time of filing this report.

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