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Rondeep Gogoi joins Mudra Delhi as Creative Director

30-April-2008
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Rondeep Gogoi joins Mudra Delhi as Creative Director

Rondeep Gogoi has joined Mudra Delhi as Creative Director. He will be working on accounts like Volkswagen, Philips, Magicbricks.com, Wrigleys, Dabur, Emami, Apollo DKV and Air India in Mudra. Prior to joining Mudra, Gogoi was with JWT Delhi as Creative Director.

Bobby Pawar, Chief Creative Officer, Mudra Group, said, “Rondeep has a child-like exuberance, which is infectious and complements his work abilities. He is a nice find for Mudra, a talent that shows great promise for the future.”

“We are proud to have Ron. His coming on board is further affirmation of Mudra’s commitment to deliver a quality creative product to our clients. We have high expectations from him,” said Sanjay Sharma, Executive Vice President, Mudra, North and East.

Commenting on his new appointment, Gogoi said, “There’s a wonderful set of accounts in Mudra, but more importantly, there’s a superb team in place. And I’m looking forward to doing some fantastic work with them under the guidance of Bobby Pawar.”

Gogoi began his career in advertising career with Ogilvy Delhi as a copy trainee in 1999. After a two-year stint, he moved to Leo Burnett Delhi as Senior Copywriter and spent five years there. In 2006, he joined JWT Delhi as Creative Director.

During his career, Gogoi has worked with brands like AMEX, Essar Cellphone, McDonald’s, Benetton, Incredible India, Coca-Cola Retail, National Geographic Channel, History Channel, Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010, and Hero Honda, among others.

His major achievements include being the Clio Future Gold Finalist and winning the Delhi Ad Club Copywriter of the Year award for 2005. Other merits include awards from AAAI and Luerzer’s Archive for the Bajaj Eliminator Campaign and for the Chanakya Cinema Campaign.

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