Radhika Das to join DDB Mudra Delhi as Vice President

11 Apr,2012

By A Correspondent


DDB Mudra has roped in Radhika Das as Vice President and she will be in-charge of some of the major clients handled out of theDelhioffice such as Dabur Jaypee, Nestle and Mother Dairy.


With over 13 years of experience, Ms Das comes to DDB Mudra from Ogilvy & Mather/Brand David where she worked as Director, Client Services. Prior to this, she worked with Publicis Communications and with Hakuhodo Percept. She has worked on some of the world’s most well-known brands such as HP, RBS, Costa Coffee and Maruti Suzuki to name a few.


Commenting on this new appointment, Vandana Das, President, DDB Mudra Group, said: “It gives me great pleasure to welcome Radhika to join us in DDB Mudra Group,Delhi. As part of the exciting journey ahead, I see Radhika as a key player in theDelhiteam to nurture client relationships, build brands and also to help us grow.”


On joining DDB Mudra Group, Ms Das said: “I’ve worked with Mudra in my earlier years and given the extremely enriching experience I had, I’m absolutely delighted to be back again. I’m looking forward to a long innings and being a part of the evolution, the organization is witnessing.”


The DDB Mudra Group, a part of the Omnicom Group, is India’s largest integrated marketing communications and services network. The group comprises eight agencies – DDB Mudra, DDB MudraMax, Mudra, DDB Health &Lifestyle, RAPP, Tribal DDB, Water and Maatra.


The DDB Mudra Group’s scope of services run the gamut through Advertising, Media Planning & Buying, Digital & New Media, Data-driven Marketing, Health & Lifestyle, OOH, Retail Design and Visual Merchandising, Navigation Solutions, Experiential Marketing (Promotions, Events, Rural), Trade Marketing, Youth Marketing, Localisation Pre-Media Services, Content Creation, Strategy and Design Consultancy.


DDB Mudra Group operates out of its offices in 15 leading cities and is represented in more than twenty other locations, giving it a comprehensive presence across the length and breadth of the country.


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