Campaign India Team
Oct 28, 2009

Mudra ropes in Burnard Rajan as creative director for Kochi office

Mudra has brought Burnard Rajan (pictured) on board, as creative director for its Kochi office. He comes from Contract Advertising's Chennai office. 

Mudra ropes in Burnard Rajan as creative director for Kochi office

Mudra has brought Burnard Rajan (pictured) on board, as creative director for its Kochi office. He comes from Contract Advertising's Chennai office. 

At Mudra, Rajan will look after accounts such as Federal Bank and Manorama Group, amongst others. 
 
Commenting about the appointment, Bobby Pawar, chief creative officer, Mudra Group said, “Burnard is an excellent new addition to our creative team. His wide range of experiences on a number of brands will be a definite asset to the team at Kochi.”
 
Added Rajan, “Mudra has built a strong and capable team here in the South and I look forward to collaborating with them to ensure the best creative results for all our brands. My main aim is to really put Mudra Kochi on the world map.”
 
Rajan has around 14 years of experience in the ad industry and has worked on brands like CavinKare, Citibank, Mitsubishi Motors, Lenovo Worldwide and ITC, amongst others. He has previously worked on sectors such as FMCG, banking, automobiles, white goods, retail and telecom. 

 

 

 

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