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Dec 05, 2012

Percept/H ropes in Anjana Devraj joins to head Mumbai office

Devraj came on board as senior vice president and branch head on 27 November; she was at Turner earlier

Percept/H ropes in Anjana Devraj joins to head Mumbai office

Percept/H has announced the appointment of Anjana Devraj as senior vice president and branch head – Mumbai. Prior to joining the agency, Devraj was at Turner (India) as director development - original series, Pogo, in a stint that lasted seven years.  

On the appointment, Prabhakar Mundkur, Executive Director, Percept/H, said, “We are happy to welcome Anjana aboard. Her expertise with leading international and domestic brands would be a huge asset to the Percept group and help set a new course for Percept/H in the years ahead.”   Devraj added, “Percept/H has some great brands and over the years has produced some of the most memorable work in the advertising domain. I am looking forward to the new challenges that lie ahead and leveraging on the synergies within the Percept group to steer Percept/H to new heights.”  

Prior to Turner, Devraj has worked at Ogilvy & Mather, UTV and Enterprise Nexus.   

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