Campaign India Team
Sep 24, 2015

DDB Mudra North gets Vineet Kindra as SVP and business partner

He was VP – account management at L&K Saatchi & Saatchi

DDB Mudra North gets Vineet Kindra as SVP and business partner
Vineet Kindra has joined DDB Mudra North as SVP and business partner. He will be based in Gurgaon and report to Vandana Das, president, DDB Mudra North.
 
Prior to this he was with L&K Saatchi & Saatchi as VP – account management. 
 
Kindra said, "Today, advertising is but a unique mix of human behaviour, creativity and technological innovations. With the DDB Mudra Group legacy, there is a proven capability to deliver powerful solutions for businesses and I am excited to be a part of the dynamic team at Gurgaon."
 
Das added, "I welcome Vineet to the DDB Mudra Group family. With his experience and expertise specifically in the telecom and FMCG sectors, I am sure Vineet will add value to some of our key businesses. I also look forward to Vineet playing a key role in not just being a business partner on his set of existing businesses but also contributing towards bringing in more business in order to take our office to the next level. I have no doubt he will be a real asset to our office."
 
In a career spanning 18 years, he has also worked with Lowe, Ogilvy and Redifussion Y&R, besides having launched Bhasha Advertising, an entrepreneurial venture.
Source:
Campaign India

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