DDB Mudra Group India hires Tarun Nigam as executive vice president DDB MudraMax-Media

Tarun Nigam.jpgTo bolster the multi-specialty expertise of the agency and to help grow brands in the age of intricate consumer dynamics, Tarun Nigam steps in as Executive Vice President (EVP), DDB MudraMax-Media.

Nigam (pictured left) has two decades of rich experience, molded sharp by his tenure at profound organizations and as an entrepreneur. An erstwhile CEO and Co-Founder of PM Media Solutions & COO of Graphisads. Nigam's earlier stints include UTV, Group M, Starcom MediaVest and Vivaki Partnership Unit.

He has worked with several established brands like Aircel, Benetton, bestylish.com, Diageo Radico, fashion4u, Gillette, Hero Honda, Hero Cycles, Monte Carlo, Oracle, Richemont, LVMH, Samsung, Suzuki Motorcycles, Starwood Hotels, Tetrapak, VLCC, Wrigleys, Yahoo and Makemytrip.com amongst others.

At DDB MudraMax-Media, Nigam will be operating out of agency's Gurgaon office and will be reporting to Sathyamurthy Namakkal (aka. Sathya), Executive Director, DDB Mudra Group and President DDB MudraMax.
Quoting on Nigam's appointment Namakkal said, "Tarun comes with a well-rounded experience and he is very passionate. He will certainly bring in lots of fresh thinking and energy to our clients, people and other business associates."

Talking about beginning a new stint at DDB Mudra Group, Nigam said, "I am attracted to the integrated offering of DDB Mudra Group and hope to leverage the same for the benefit of all stake holders."

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