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Mudra’s Meera Sharath Chandra to be judge at 11th Annual One Show Interactive Awards

24-November-2006
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Mudra’s Meera Sharath Chandra to be judge at 11th Annual One Show Interactive Awards

Meera Sharath Chandra, National Creative Director, Mudra Marketing Services, has been invited to judge the 11th Annual One Show Interactive Awards to be held in New York from March 11-17, 2007. She will be joining 25 other top creative people in the new media and advertising industry for the judging process, which will be held on-site.

The One Show Pencil Award is considered to be the most important award show for new media worldwide. There is a record 40 per cent increase in entries from 38 countries around the globe for this year’s Awards, and the judges, too, have been carefully chosen from across the world – Brazil, the UK, Japan, India and Sweden.

Chandra has a 25-year track record in the industry and has handled domestic as well as overseas clients such as Ford, Unilever and Citibank. She has worked with top agencies like JWT, Everest, and Saatchi & Saatchi. She has also served on several advertising juries in India for over a decade.

In addition to her experience in mainline advertising, Chandra has been President and Director-on-Board of the first Intel-funded dotcom venture in India.

As National Creative Director at Mudra, she is heading the creative function of five key strategic business units – Tribal DDB India, Rapp Collins India, Kidstuff Promos & Events, Primesite, and Brand Therapist.

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