Campaign India Team
Feb 07, 2012

Vandana Das to join DDB Mudra Group in Delhi

She was president and branch head at Brand David in her last role

Vandana Das to join DDB Mudra Group in Delhi

Vandana Das has been recruited for the Delhi office of DDB Mudra Group as president. She will be responsible for building both the DDB Mudra and Mudra brands in Delhi.

Das brings with her more than two decades of experience including more than fifteen years at Ogilvy, and was president and branch head at Brand David in her previous assignment. Some of the brands she is credited with having worked on are Dabur, Maruti Zen Estillo, LImca, Costa Coffee, Hindustan Times and Four Square cigarettes. She has also worked as a training leader at Ogilvy.

Speaking on the new development, Madhukar Kamath, group chief executive officer and managing diretor of the DDB Mudra Group, said, “I am glad that Vandana is coming on board.  I look forward to working closely with her. In the Group, we are keen on building our Delhi operations around her.  I was impressed with not just her dynamic leadership capabilities, but also her boundless energy and lively people skills.  Both in terms of culture and mindset, she will be a great fit and asset within the DDB Mudra Group.

Das said, “It has been great working with Ogilvy for the past 17 years and my time spent has been very enriching and will always be cherished. It is now time to explore other opportunities and I am excited. DDB Mudra is poised for even greater growth and I am looking forward to being part of the team that will steer it.”

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