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Case
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Reference no. IMB569
Published by: Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Published in: 2016
Length: 25 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

The case traces the evolution of the advertising firm DDB Mudra from its founding as an independent "Indian" agency to its current position of being the Indian affiliate of the global advertising major, DDB Worldwide that is going to be overseen directly by the CEO of DDB worldwide. Set in the backdrop of the changes in both the global and Indian advertising industry, this two-part case invites students to consider the strategic choices made by the two leaders who shaped its growth and evolution - the founder CEO, AG Krishnamurthy (AGK) and the current CEO, Madhukar Kamath. The first case - titled DDB Mudra: Transformative Growth captures the company's history from its inception in 1985 until its acquisition by the Omnicom group in 2011, the second case, an update titled DDB Mudra: Profitable Growth focuses on the challenges that Madhukar Kamath faces in 2015, 4 years after the acquisition.
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The case traces the evolution of the advertising firm DDB Mudra from its founding as an independent "Indian" agency to its current position of being the Indian affiliate of the global advertising major, DDB Worldwide that is going to be overseen directly by the CEO of DDB worldwide. Set in the backdrop of the changes in both the global and Indian advertising industry, this two-part case invites students to consider the strategic choices made by the two leaders who shaped its growth and evolution - the founder CEO, AG Krishnamurthy (AGK) and the current CEO, Madhukar Kamath. The first case - titled DDB Mudra: Transformative Growth captures the company's history from its inception in 1985 until its acquisition by the Omnicom group in 2011, the second case, an update titled DDB Mudra: Profitable Growth focuses on the challenges that Madhukar Kamath faces in 2015, 4 years after the acquisition.

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