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Malvika Mehra slated to exit Grey as NCD

08-April-2015
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Malvika Mehra slated to exit Grey as NCD

Malvika Mehra is slated to exit Grey India as National Creative Director, she confirmed the news to exchange4media. She will be at the agency till the end of May. Mehra joined the agency in May 2010 with Amit Akali who quit the agency in May last year (http://www.exchange4media.com/54628_amit-akali-bids-adieu-to-grey-worldwide-as-ncd.html)

Her first and last job prior to GREY was at Ogilvy India where she spent 16 years creating work that won several awards.

Malvika Mehra has also been featured on IMPACT‘s most Influential Women Top 50 list, where she featured for 4 years consecutively.

Mehra has a career spanning 20 years, which has seen her work on nearly every category from banking to potato chips, mobile service providers to batteries; leading her team to win countless national and international awards including the Abby, Effies, Emvies, Cannes, One Show, D&AD, Media Spikes and Adfest Asia; both for effective and creative advertising.

Mehra has also been on the Cannes Jury twice (Film Jury - 2011 and the Print Jury – 2014).

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