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Sunil Gautam, Jaideep Shergill launch Pitchfork Partners

13-January-2015
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 Sunil Gautam, Jaideep Shergill launch Pitchfork Partners

Jaideep Shergill, CEO, MSLGROUP India, and Sunil Gautam, MSLGROUP India founder and Chairman, Emeritus, jointly started a consulting firm- Pitchfork Partners this New Year.

The strategy consulting firm promises to partner, advise and  offer solutions for marketing and communication needs.

Gautam, a qualified Chartered Accountant, has over 35 years of experience. In 1985, he co-founded CLEA Advertising and Marketing which went on to become India’s seventh largest advertising firm by the mid 90’s. He founded Hanmer & Partners, a full service integrated communications firm, in 1999. The firm later got rebranded to Hanmer MSL and then MSLGROUP. Gautam moved to Emeritus at the start of 2011.

Shergill has over 18 years of experience in the banking and communications sector. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of MSLGROUP in India. At MSLGROUP India, Shergill was also a key member of the Asia Leadership team and a member of the India Board for the Group.

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