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DDB Mudra West appoints Manoj Bhagat as Group Creative Director

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DDB Mudra West appoints Manoj Bhagat as Group Creative Director

DDB Mudra West has recently roped in Manoj Bhagat as Group Creative Director.

Bhagat joins the agency’s Mumbai office from Greenapple Design where he was appointed as a Creative Director for close to three years. Over his decade long experience, he has worked with reputed agencies such as Grey Worldwide, L&K Saatchi & Saatchi and Access Leo Burnett, Nairobi. He’s worked with DDB Mudra Group’s Bengaluru and Mumbai office at two different stints during his career.

Bhagat has worked on numerous multinational brands in the telecom, FMCG, automobile, financial and corporate sector. His key client roster includes brands like Orange Telkom, Deutsche Bank, Sony Walkman, Tata Motors, Haig-Diageo, EDW, Big Bazaar, PE Bags, Indus Pride, Cadbury, Corolla, Prada – Toyota, Suzlon Energy Ltd. to name a few.

Quoting on his appointment, Bhagat said, “Joining DDB Mudra is like coming back home. To take on new responsibilities and be a part of a completely integrated agency which has strong future plans is rather exciting. I’m thrilled to work with some of DDB Mudra West’s key clients. It will be great fun to create some remarkable work with the team and further contribute in building the brand. I am also looking forward to working with Rahul Mathew and being a part of his vision.”

On his appointment, Rahul Mathew, Creative Head, DDB Mudra West, said, “Our journey over the last year has been one of reinventing ourselves and our creative product. Manoj is another step in this direction. Am sure he will help us see newer and better ways of creating solutions for our clients.”

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