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Mudra Delhi appoints Subhashish Datta as Creative Director

03-June-2008
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Mudra Delhi appoints Subhashish Datta as Creative Director

Subhashish Datta has been appointed as Creative Director, Mudra Delhi. He moves from Contract Delhi, where he was Associate Creative Director.

Commenting on Datta’s appointment, Sanjay Sharma, Executive Vice President, Mudra North and East, said, “It’s great to have Subbu in the team. With the energy and passion he brings, we are confident of reaffirming our mission to deliver value to our clients.”

On his new role, Datta said, “It feels great to be here. The energy, the drive, and the enthusiasm to do good work in Mudra is fantastic, which makes you feel very positive. And add to that an iconic mentor like Bobby Pawar, what else can you ask for?”

Datta began his advertising career in 1999 with Clarion (now Bates Enterprise) as an art trainee. After a year he moved to Capital and had the opportunity to work with brands like LG, Maruti and Electrolux to name a few. In 2002, he moved back to Bates and handled brands such as Nokia, Businessworld, Indiatimes, Dabur, Le Meridian and Indian Airlines. In 2004, he joined Contract Delhi as Creative Group Head and looked after NIIT, Honda, Domino’s, Dabur, Creambell Ice Cream and Jaypee.

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