Anjana Devraj has joined Percept/H as Senior Vice President and Branch Head for Mumbai. She took charge from November 27, 2012.
At Percept/H, Devraj takes on the mantle of heading the Mumbai office, which includes overseeing the current portfolio, new business development as also strategising and paving the roadmap for the agency’s growth.
Prior to her appointment at Percept/H, Devraj was working with Turner (India) as Director Development Original Series at Pogo for seven years. She has also worked with Ogilvy & Mather in the capacity of Management Supervisor on a slew of accounts, including Cadbury’s, Mattel, Voltas and Tata Housing. Her previous experience also includes UTV, where she worked as Manager - Business Development and Enterprise Nexus, where she handled a range of brands, including Lakme, Ravissant, Shaw Wallace, Bennett, Coleman & Company, Hutchison and Max Telecom World.
Commenting on Devraj’s appointment, Prabhakar Mundkur, Executive Director, Percept/H, said, “We are happy to welcome Anjana aboard. Her expertise with leading international and domestic brands would be a huge asset to the Percept group and help set a new course for Percept/H in the years ahead.”
On joining the agency, Devraj said, “Percept/H has some great brands and over the years has produced some of the most memorable work in the advertising domain. I am looking forward to the new challenges that lie ahead and leveraging on the synergies within the Percept group to steer Percept/H to new heights.”
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