Kunj Shah leaves Ogilvy & Mather to join DDB Mudra West India in group creative director role

Kunj Shah.jpgKunj Shah is joining DDB Mudra West as Group Creative Director and will be based out of the agency's office in Mumbai.

A veteran of 17 years in the advertising industry, Shah (pictured left) joins DDB Mudra West from Ogilvy and Mather where she was a Senior Creative Director for almost 3 years.

Shah brings in a plethora of experience from her earlier stints at McCann Erickson and Grey Advertising.

Shah has worked on numerous multinational brands in the FMCG, telecom, electronics and automobile sector and has won awards locally and internationally including Cannes, Asia Pacific Adfest, Kyoorius, Goafest, EFFIES.

An avid photographer and a travel enthusiast, Shah has also been a guest food critic for Bangalore Mirror and is an amateur voice actor in her spare time.
Commenting on her appointment, Shah said, "DDB Mudra is on the cusp of exciting work. They have been consistently building their firepower with the right talent and thinking. I look forward to being part of this globally respected network and working with Sonal and Rahul. There isn't a better time to be here."

Rahul Mathew, Creative Head, DDB Mudra West, said, "Bernbach had said "An idea can turn to dust or magic, depending on the talent that rubs against it" And Kunj is the kind of talent that we believe will help us create more magic. She makes our talent roster even more formidable and enviable. And will surely help us script many more success stories in the market place and in award shows."

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