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Most clients and talent tend to think we are a close-ended organisation: Innocean’s Vivek Srivastava

27-March-2010
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Most clients and talent tend to think we are a close-ended organisation: Innocean’s Vivek Srivastava

“Most clients and talent tend to think we are a close-ended organisation. Hence, it does make us work doubly hard to convince our prospective clients and employees that we are a normal brand communications organisation with a worldview on the issues at hand and also their solutions. As a matter of fact, we are far more innovative in approaching solutions in a practical sense,” asserts Vivek Srivastava, Joint MD, Innocean. More

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