Campaign India Team
Dec 30, 2022

DDB Mudra Group hires Menaka Menon and Nitin Pradhan

Menon joins as national strategy head while Pradhan is creative head for South India

Menaka Menon (left) and Nitin Pradhan
Menaka Menon (left) and Nitin Pradhan
DDB Mudra Group has announced the appointment of Menaka Menon as national strategy head and Nitin Pradhan as creative head – South India.
Menon moves from Leo Burnett, where she joined as EVP and branch head in 2018. Pradhan was senior ECD at Cheil.
Rahul Mathew, chief creative officer, DDB Mudra Group, said, “Bernbach had said that creativity is the most powerful force in business. And those words form the core of what we're trying to build at the DDB Mudra Group. But how strong the force of creativity is, depends on the talent that wields it and leads it. In Menaka and Nitin, we found strong leaders and wielders of this force. I look forward to working with them and creating some really exciting work on some of our biggest brands.”
Menon said, “DDB Mudra Group is at an exciting juncture, having created beautiful and impactful work, with a clear focus on building on the same. I look forward to being part of a stellar team working towards a shared mission and bringing in a fresh perspective to work.”
Pradhan added, “The vision of making DDB Mudra, the integrated agency of choice in the industry is something that inspired me to take up the South creative mandate. The Bengaluru office has recently proven its intent to push creative boundaries with mainline campaigns on BGMI and Indeed. And given the vast portfolio of brands that it has across categories, I’m quite excited to partner the team in its new phase of growth, where creativity will have a more central role to play.”
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