Campaign India Team
Jan 30, 2009

Chandradeep Mitra quits Mudra Max

Chandradeep Mitra, president, Mudra Max has called it quits. He plans to start his own venture in the area of coaching and relationship management. Mudra Max will be led by Pratap Bose who will now be its CEO. Bose confirmed this to Campaign India. He also said, “Manas Mishra (EVP and national head for Mudra Connext) and LS Krishnan (president, Mudra Radar) will directly report to me now.”

Chandradeep Mitra quits Mudra Max

Chandradeep Mitra, president, Mudra Max has called it quits. He plans to start his own venture in the area of coaching and relationship management.
Mudra Max will be led by Pratap Bose who will now be its CEO. Bose confirmed this to Campaign India. He also said, “Manas Mishra (EVP and national head for Mudra Connext) and LS Krishnan (president, Mudra Radar) will directly report to me now.”
Mitra said, “I have been working on my new venture since quite some time now. I plan to venture into coaching and relationship management. It is a little different and complicated, but it’s been on my mind for a while and this is the right time to do it. It has scope and opportunity.”
He added, “At Mudra, I had achieved a fair bit. Mudra portfolio has grown since last three years. It is now time for them to move forward on their own.”

Source:
Campaign India

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