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Vigneshwar Iyer to head Mudra Chennai

11-May-2007
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Vigneshwar Iyer to head Mudra Chennai

Mudra has re-oriented its Chennai office with various new appointments and responsibilities being shuffled. Vigneshwar Iyer will head the Chennai office and play a key role in the business growth of the operation there. He will take over from Milind Jadhav who moved out earlier.

Iyer joined Mudra as Director-Brand Communications and has earlier worked with Lowe. He has handled clients including New Indian Express, Fa, Thomson, Coca-Cola, RPG Cellular and Polaris.

S Radhakrishnan, Head, Mudra South, said, “We have ambitious growth plans in Chennai, which is a key operation for Mudra South. Vignesh will work closely with me and play a major role in these plans. We have also done some pretty good work out of that office, and hope that Vignesh will push the envelope. Some of the work from our Chennai office has been recognised in different forums, particularly our work on Henko and RmKV.”

Iyer said, “The assignment is challenging and the work is cut-out. I am ready to push for growth. Mudra Chennai has a good portfolio. My mandate is to grow businesses and nurture talent.”

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