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Anil Verma to join Mudra Mumbai as Executive Creative Director

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Anil Verma to join Mudra Mumbai as Executive Creative Director

Anil Verma will join Mudra Mumbai as Executive Creative Director. He will work closely with National Creative Director Bobby Pawar. Verma’s last assignment was with Contract Advertising, New Delhi, where he was Creative Director.

Verma brings with him a rich experience of almost 12 years in advertising. He started his career with O&M in September 1995. He then moved to Rediffusion DY&R, and has also worked with TBWA\India and Everest. Earlier in his career, he had a two-year stint with Mudra, Delhi as Creative Director.

Bobby Pawar, National Creative Director, Mudra Advertising, said, “We believe in providing creative business solutions to our clients. I am confident that Anil will bring a lot to the table. His experience and background are a good fit with what our clients here need. I am really glad to have Anil in my team.”

Verma said, “I have fond memories of my earlier stint at Mudra and it feels like coming back to my family and home. I have also had the privilege of working with Bobby sometime back and I look forward to doing so again.”

Verma has worked on clients such as BBC World, Duracell, Discovery, American Express, Nokia, Satyam Cineplex, Amar Ujala, Electrolux, TGIF, McDonald’s, Dainik Jagran, Samsung CTV, Dabur,

Yamaha, Taj Group of Hotels, Canon, Maruti, Kohinoor Foods, JK Tyres, Maxima Watches, Unicef, Hitachi, Dominos, Honda Motorcycles and NIIT, among others.


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