Campaign India Team
Dec 15, 2021

DDB Mudra elevates Iraj Fraz Batla

Was executive creative director - West

DDB Mudra elevates Iraj Fraz Batla
DDB Mudra has announced the elevation of Iraj Fraz Batla as creative head - North. 
 
Batla was executive creative director - West at DDB Mudra for three years.
 
In his new role, he will drive creative output for the North office and will report to Rahul Mathew, chief creative officer, DDB Mudra Group.
 
Mathew said, “As we grow our creative ambition and reputation, we must have leaders who possess the same vision and standards across the group. Having worked with us at our hugely celebrated West office for three years, Fraz is just the person to carry forward our torch for creative excellence. His blend of creativity and resilience will surely help us reach our creative potential in North and touch even greater heights as a Group.”
 
Batla said, “DDB Mudra’s North office is producing strong advertising and is headed in the direction to be the agency of the future. And I’m lucky to be part of this exciting phase. From here on, may the best work win.”
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