Sajan Raj Kurup
Sajan Raj Kurup realized his dream in 2007 with the inception of Creativeland Asia – the land for people in the business of creativity.
Having a fierce entrepreneurial spirit, Raj started dabbling with work from the age of 13. A newspaper boy in his summer holidays, an animal caretaker, a spoken English tutor, a pizza maker, a sales guy, a stage actor, a masseur and a bartender. Finally, after completing his Honours Degree in Mathematical Economics and proudly dropping out of Business School, he settled for a life in creativity. In his advertising career of nearly 17 years, Sajan RaJ Kurup has the experience of having worked in six different countries in Asia and Europe, and across companies like Mudra (DDB), Leo Burnett, Orchard, Lowe and Grey, before founding Creativeland.
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