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DDB Mudra North appoints Subhashish Dutta as Senior Creative Director

08-August-2014
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DDB Mudra North appoints Subhashish Dutta as Senior Creative Director

DDB Mudra North has brought on board Subhashish Datta as Senior Creative Director (Art). He will be joining the creative team under the leadership of Sambit Mohanty, Creative Head, DDB Mudra North.

Datta’s advertising odyssey started out with Capital Advertising. In a career spanning 15 years, he has worked with agencies such as Bates, Contract, Mudra and McCann, before joining DDB Mudra (his second stint here). His diverse experience in various categories spans from Consumer Durables, Telecom, Automobiles and Hair-Care to Social Advertising.

He has been actively involved in the creation and evolution of various brands such as Nokia, Wrigley’s, Philips, Volkswagen, ESPN Star Sports, Jaypee Group, LG, Electrolux, Domino's, Honda, Maruti, Dabur, Emami, NIIT, UNICEF, Videocon, Reebok and more.

Commenting on Datta’s appointment, Sambit Mohanty said, “Subhashish is a fantastic guy, both in terms of talent and spirit. With him in place, our senior creative leadership is complete. His cheerful presence will undoubtedly make a positive difference to our work and workplace.”

On joining DDB Mudra North, Datta’s said, “It feels great to be part of the DDB heritage, where you get to work with such a young team that is full of energy and enthusiasm. I am looking forward to doing some fantastic work too.”

 

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