Campaign India Team
Jun 01, 2009

Manish Sinha departs DDB Mudra

Senior vice-president of strategy for Mudra Marketing Services Manish Sinha (pictured) has departed the company one year after joining the firm.Sinha left the company last month after being appointed to the position in April of last year from his role as vice-president of strategy and regional digital initiatives at Bates David Enterprise.He has joined the Kantar division of WPP as principal consultant at The Futures Company, a research company formed out of the merger of the Henley Centre, Yankelovich and Headlight Vision.

Manish Sinha departs DDB Mudra

Senior vice-president of strategy for Mudra Marketing Services Manish Sinha (pictured) has departed the company one year after joining the firm.

Sinha left the company last month after being appointed to the position in April of last year from his role as vice-president of strategy and regional digital initiatives at Bates David Enterprise.

He has joined the Kantar division of WPP as principal consultant at The Futures Company, a research company formed out of the merger of the Henley Centre, Yankelovich and Headlight Vision.

At Mudra, Sinha managed operations across all of Mudra’s divisions, including Rapp Collins India and Tribal DDB India.

Prior to his appointment, Sinha worked at agencies including JWT, Ogilvy & Mather, Leo Burnett, TBWA and Bates during a career spanning nearly 15 years.
 

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Campaign India

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