The Mudra Group has announced two major internal postings. Deepak Singh who joined Mudra West as creative director a year ago, has moved to Bangalore to join the team as group creative director. Ravinder Siwach moves from Mudra West to join Ignite Mudra as group creative director.
Commenting on his new role, Singh said, “I have had a good run in Mumbai and thoroughly enjoyed every moment. Now it’s time to move ahead and to grow along with the company. Mudra, Bangalore has been doing exceptional creative work and has some really enviable brands. Also, Vipul (Thakkar) and I have worked together in the past and the opportunity to do so again was too tempting to pass up. I am very excited to be a part of that office and look forward to doing my bit. The team in Bangalore is young and enthusiastic and with the right impetus, it will soon make its mark in winning accolades nationally and internationally.”
On the appointment, Vipul Thakkar, executive creative director, Mudra South, said, “Deepak is a creative powerhouse. I can’t think of a single award, national or international, that he hasn’t won in his illustrious career. And, despite that, he is wonderfully humble. I am thrilled to have him in the Bangalore office.” Singh will work on brands such as Jockey, Federal Bank and McDowell’s No.1, amongst others.
Commenting on Siwach’s new role, Chandan Nath, president, Ignite Mudra said, "Ravinder has been responsible for some great work with Mudra, Mumbai for the last three years. His coming on board with Ignite Mudra is really great. I am sure this will enhance our creative offerings to clients and add value to their brands."
As the Group Creative Director at Ignite Mudra, Ravinder will handle brands such as Paras Pharma, Zydus Wellness – Nutralite, Acitilite, Symphony Air Coolers, YoBykes and Elite Cakes and Confectionery. Siwach has been in this field for over a decade, and his stint at Mudra West began in 2007.
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