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Nanda Marth joins WPP Health & Wellness UK as executive creative director

Nanda Marth joins WPP Health & Wellness UK as executive creative director / WPP

Sudler London bolsters its management with the appointment Nanda Marth as executive creative director at new WPP Health & Wellness UK head quarters.

Nanda boasts of over 10 years blue chip consumer experience with agencies spanning from Brazil to the UK. More recently she worked at Havas and before that TBWA and Langland.

She will lead the creative strategy and delivery, working with team based in Sudler’s London office. Nanda will report directly into Tara Page, Sudler London’s managing director.

Nanda Marth said: “The creative energy at the new London headquarters hit me as soon as I walked into the offices. It became apparent early on in the interview process that Sudler and the WPP Health & Wellness teams are utterly committed to their clients and to imagining new possibilities for creativity in Healthcare.

"I’m passionate about being able to blend craft and healthcare with meaningful stories and ideas. It was clear to me that the Sudler teams share this vision….and I instantly wanted to be a part of it.”

Tara Page, managing director, Sudler London said: “Winning and serving clients is all about winning the industry’s best talent. Nanda’s hire is great news for us and it’s great news for our clients. Evolving and improving how we work, think and create is critical in our industry. Nanda understands the need to be mindful of our client’s immediate needs but she’s focused on helping them to outpace the industry’s challenges.

"This is a great time of momentum, investment and energy both within Sudler and the wider WPP Health & Wellness network and attracting leading creative’s such as Nanda is central to our continued success.”

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