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Milind Jadhav made new head of Mudra Chennai; Ashok Vidyasagar shifted to Mumbai

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Milind Jadhav made new head of Mudra Chennai; Ashok Vidyasagar shifted to Mumbai

Milind Jadhav, who was Director, Brand Communications, has been made Group Business Director, Mudra Chennai, in which capacity he will head the agency’s Chennai operations. He replaces Ashok Vidyasagar, who has been moved to the Mudra Reliance Group in Mumbai.

Jadhav had joined Mudra Chennai last year, and has been managing the Henkel and TI businesses for the agency.

An IIM-Bangalore alumnus, Jadhav’s career has seen him work across agencies such as JWT, FCB-Ulka and Euro RSCG. He has worked across categories and brands, including Henko, Hercules, Taj Mahal Tea, Amul, CavinKare, etc.

Commenting on the move, S Radhakrishnan, Executive VP and Head - Mudra South, said, “We have ambitious growth plans for Chennai, which is a key operation for Mudra South. Milind will work closely with me and play a big part in these plans. We have also done some great work from Chennai and we will look to Milind to push the envelope. Some of the work from our Chennai office has been exceptional, including Henko, RmKV, MK Switches, and Hercules among others. Milind has been closely involved with some of these.”

“The assignment is challenging and I am ready to push for growth. Mudra Chennai has a great portfolio. My mandate is to manage and grow businesses, as well as to nurture talent,” said Jadhav about his new appointment.


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