Enormous Brands has brought Mukund Raina on board as Branch Head of its Delhi operations. The agency has recently appointed Ashima Mehra as the Client Servicing Head for its Mumbai operations.
Raina was earlier with Wunderman Thompson where he was Vice-President and Client Services Director at the Delhi office. He joined the agency in 2011 and had donned many roles there since then. During his stay there, he has worked on accounts such as Facebook, Tinder, ITC Hotels, Nestle, PepsiCo, Dunkin Donuts’, VLCC, Pulse Candy (DS Group) and Hero MotoCorp.
Raina has an experience of over 15 years in client management, brand management and operations management in the communications and consultancy domain.
Some of the other agencies that he has worked at include McCann Erickson (now McCann Worldwide), Euro RSCG (now Havas Worldwide), Publicis, Enterprise Nexus Communications and Mindspace Communications.
In his many years in advertising, Mukund has worked on brands such as Reckitt Benckiser, General Motors, Aviva Life Insurance, Ernst & Young, Costa Coffee, UNICEF, PwC, Hike Messenger and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF).
He has also worked at Hewitt Associates India (a human resource consulting firm) and Mirabilis Advisory. His experience also includes managing start-up organisations in the integrated communications and consultancy domain in a leadership role.
Raina said, “The combination of vision, drive and talent that has been brought together at Enormous has created a unique organisation and set up exciting possibilities for us to help our clients be relevant, interesting and effective in speaking to consumers. I’m extremely excited and look forward to be part of this team.”
Welcoming Raina to the agency, Ashish Khazanchi, Managing Partner, Enormous Brands, said, “It's really exciting to have Mukund on board. He's a tremendous leader with an illustrious track record with some of the biggest brands in the country. I admire his ideas and approach to building brands and teams. It's a step in the right direction for us to consolidate our presence in Delhi.”