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Lowe’s Raja Ray to join Mediaturf as National Creative Director

24-July-2004
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Lowe’s Raja Ray to join Mediaturf as National Creative Director

Raja Ray, Creative Consultant, Lowe, is joining Mediaturf as National Creative Director. Confirming the development to exchange4media, V Ramani, CEO, Mediaturf, said Ray would be joining the firm on August 16 and would be based in Mumbai. “His experience in handling major clients would be quite useful for Mediaturf,” Ramani said.

“Mediaturf has been doing quite well over the years,” Ray said, adding, “It will be a great opportunity to work with them.”

Ray has an experience of more than nine years in the advertising industry with leading agencies like HTA (now JWT) and Lowe. He was handling major clients like Maruti Udyog and Trident Group at Lowe.

Mediaturf provides complete online solutions from normal banner and email campaigns to fully automated lead management systems. Among its major clients are Pru-ICICI, Lafarge, Maruti, SBI MF and Seagrams. Mediaturf has been also working closely with traditional agencies like Euro RSCG, Grey Worldwide, icontract, M-Digital, Starcom, Carat, etc.

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