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MAA Communications Bozell appoints Priya Kapur as Director-Planning and Creative

29-April-2008
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MAA Communications Bozell appoints Priya Kapur as Director-Planning and Creative

MAA Communications Bozell has roped in Priya Kapur as Director, Planning & Creative. She moves from O&M Bangalore.

Bunty Peerbhoy, Managing Director, MAA Communication Bozell, said, “It is my pleasure to welcome Priya into our fold. Her dual role with MAA Communications as Director, Account Planning & Creative, spells an exciting phase for us and marks a progressive future for the industry. We wish her tremendous success in her journey.”

On her joining MAA Communications Bozell, Kapur said, “I remember being in Bangalore 10 years ago and MAA was buzzing like never before, and I can say the same 10 years later. I have come on board at a very exhilarating time at the agency. The energy is high and it’s there for all to feel. Good things are happening and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.”

Kapur’s career spans over 14 years, starting with Enterprise Advertising, Delhi and moving on to some of the country’s top agencies, including O&M, McCann Erickson, Contract Advertising and Mudra Communications.

She also brings in tremendous insight from her experience with ERD Book Café Pvt Ltd., where she was Head of Marketing and one of the founding members. She has also worked as a Manager, Marketing & Advertising with Earth Water Group. She has worked as a copywriter with some of the top national agencies.

She has worked with brands across categories, including pharma, FMCG, and electronics, among others. She has worked with global brands such as IBM, Chivas Regal, Glaxo Smithkline Beecham, Nestle India Ltd, Seagram’s 100 Pipers, Dabur, BPL Mobile, IFB Washing Machines, Himalaya Drug Company, Compaq, Weekender Kids, McDonald’s, Cartoon Network, and Samsung Home Appliances, among others.

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