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Sanjay Menon joins Mudra as ECD; to head Ahmedabad creative team

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Sanjay Menon joins Mudra as ECD; to head Ahmedabad creative team

Mudra has appointed Sanjay Menon as Executive Creative Director to head its Ahmedabad creative team. Prior to this appointment, Menon was with Grey Worldwide, Bangalore.

Commenting on Menon’s appointment, Bobby Pawar, National Creative Director, Mudra, said, “We have strengthened our creative team across the country, with Joono (Simon) coming on board in the South and Anil (Verma) in Mumbai. Sanjay Menon will add depth to our team, leading one of our flagship offices. We have done some excellent work for our clients from our Ahmedabad office. I am confident Sanjay will build on this strong foundation.”

Chandan Nath, Executive Vice-President, Mudra Ahmedabad, said, “We are thrilled to have Sanjay Menon on board. Mudra Ahmedabad has a reputation for building entrepreneurial brands, and we are confident that he will help us further this legacy. I am looking forward to forging a partnership with him to produce great solutions for our clients here.”

Commenting on his new appointment, Menon said, “It’s an honour to be associated with Mudra, particularly the Ahmedabad office, which has produced all that superb work on Rasna, Vimal, Dhara and Paras brands. I am very excited about the opportunity it offers.”

Menon began his career with Lintas in 1991. In his 15 years in advertising, he has worked with various categories of brands from different sectors like FMCGs, consumer durables, hospitality, manufacturing and engineering, cosmetics, banking, fashion, apparel and IT. Some of the well-known brands he has handled include Bajaj Auto, Siemens, Castrol, Kamasutra condoms, ITC Cigarettes, Indian Airlines, Glaxo Smithkline Healthcare, Oracle, BJP, Appolo Tyres and Madura Garments, among others.


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