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Mavcomm Consulting elevates Pranjal Dutta to role of CEO

18-December-2017
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Mavcomm Consulting elevates Pranjal Dutta to role of CEO

Mavcomm Consulting one of India’s leading Public Relations, Reputation Management& Brand Communications company today announced elevation of Pranjal Dutta to the role of CEO. The company is also celebrating its’ eleventh anniversary today.

Pranjal joined Mavcomm Consulting in 2013 as branch head for Mumbai and has steered the company to a position of strength in the Mumbai market garnering fast growth for the company and building a capable team.

“Mavcomm has been charting a steady growth path over the past decade even as the market has been getting crowded with entry of global players and new firms cropping up creating a fiercly compeitive market. We have been working for sometime in creating a strong second-level hierarchy and professionalising the set-up. Too many Public Relations firms suffer from promoter bias where they feel that the promoters know the best and organisations are promoter driven. We think otherwise. It’s important to build up a team of professionals who are aligned with company’s vision, bring their own expertise, showcase ownership & leadership skills and are team players. Pranjal has proved his mettle over the years and has been leading from the front. I am sure that he will steer Mavcomm to a new orbit with our enthusiastic team,” said Anand Mahesh Talari, Managing Director, Mavcomm Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

Pranjal Dutta, CEO, Mavcomm Consulting said, “It has been a great journey with Mavcomm and I am looking forward to taking the organisation to the next level of growth. With lines blurring between a Chief Executive Officer and Chief Creative officer, these are interesting times and we are ready for this forward push, focussed around strategic delivery for our current and future business partners.”

Commenting on the completion of eleven years, Siddhartha Upadhyay, Chairman, Mavcomm Consulting said, “We are happy with what we have achieved so far. Mavcomm has not only supported brands with their outreach but also managed some unique cases of crisis management over the years. With Pranjal at helm and Mavcomm in a position of strength, we are looking forward to push forward with new service verticals and looking to grow both organically and inorganically.”

With over 17 years of experience in broadcast media and public relations, Pranjal is a seasoned media professional known for taking brands to success. Pranjal has worked at top positions with many leading media companies and chambers including Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Balaji Telefilms, NDTV Media, CNBC-TV18 and O&M. Over his many years of media experience, Pranjal has been responsible for driving the success behind ad campaigns for multinational brands such as Cadbury, TATA Docomo, Videocon, HDFC Bank and many other BFSI brands.

Having started it’s operations in December 2006, Mavcomm has successfully represented many brands along the way includingGerman luxury car brand- Audi, No. 1 ATV manufacturer - Polaris India, America’s first motorcycle company - Indian Motorcycle, One of the largest auto components company globally - Magneti Marelli,World’s leading container shipping company - Maersk Line, India’s largest flexible packaging company – Uflex Ltd.,Real estate major - DLF Ltd.and Yamaha apart from managing PR for Auto Expo 2008 and 2012.

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