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Jagdish Acharya joins Mudra

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Jagdish Acharya joins Mudra

Mudra Communications has announced the appointment of Mr Jagdish Acharya as its Executive Creative Director, Mudra South.

He will now partner Mr R. Lakshminarayanan, Executive Director, in accelerating the growth of the agency in the region. Mr Acharya was earlier the Executive Creative Director of Reliance Infocomm.

The Managing Director and CEO of Mudra, Mr Madhukar Kamath said, "We believe that the four southern States offer tremendous growth potential, given the number of national brands, aspiring brands and emerging brands. Mudra South will be the new growth engine for the Mudra Group."

In the last 12 months, Mudra South has picked up a string of new businesses that includes Coffee Day Filter Coffee, TAPMI, Deccan Herald, LMW, Sara Elgi, TTK Smart Kitchen, Derby Special Whisky, RTD's from McDowell, Raj TV and other retail businesses. These businesses will contribute an additional billing of Rs 30 crore, on an annualised basis.


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