TBWA\India has further strengthened its Delhi operations by bringing on board Mudit Trivedi as Client Services Director. He moves from JWT Delhi, where he was overseeing the Horlicks brand.
Trivedi has been in advertising for nearly a decade. He has worked with agencies such as Ogilvy and McCann. Some of the brands that he has handled include L’Oréal, Pond’s, Reliance Life Insurance, Big Pictures, Big Cinemas, ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 and Indian Premier League. He has also worked on campaigns that have received recognition at Cannes Lions and a number of other well-known international awards.
Commenting on Trivedi’s appointment, Nirmalya Sen, Managing Director, TBWA\India said, “Mudit is a great combination of experience and youth. His exposure to integrated communication across big brands will make him a great asset for our clients in Delhi.”
Subho Sengupta, Executive Vice President and Head of TBWA’s Delhi operation, added here, “Mudit has rich experience and knowledge of Indian and global brands alike. This will be invaluable as he comes on board. His energy and passion is infectious and I am sure this will further accelerate our drive to create outstanding work for our clients.”
Commenting on his decision to join TBWA, Trivedi said, “I am absolutely delighted to be part of one of the most exciting and energetic networks in the world. I have always admired the philosophy of disruption and media arts that is proven to deliver outstanding strategies and breathtaking creative for clients in India and all over the world.”
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