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Nyka Events appoints Pitchfork Partners as strategic change management consultants

23-February-2017
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Nyka Events appoints Pitchfork Partners as strategic change management consultants

Nyka Events, a premier events agency based out of Mumbai, has signed on Pitchfork Partners Strategic Consulting LLP to advise them on delivering various change management initiatives the firm is currently exploring to take the organization into the next phase of its growth cycle.

Hariharan Subramanian, Co-Founder and Partner, Nyka Events says, “Nyka has been a pioneer in the events industry and has been steadily growing for nearly two decades. To continue this growth and to achieve even greater heights in the coming decade, we believe changes are required. Pitchfork Partners’ strategic expertise is a perfect fit for our company’s change management needs. We’re looking forward to this partnership and are extremely delighted to have them on board.”

Commenting on the appointment, Jaideep Shergill, Co-Founder, Pitchfork Partners, exclaims, “We’re really excited to collaborate with Nyka Events. Being in the events business for nearly two decades, Nyka has established a unique position in the events industry and is known for its creativity and innovation. We are committed to helping our new partners increase this growth trajectory and achieve even greater goals in the future through our strategic and insight driven change management initiatives.”

Pitchfork partners will be responsible for providing overall strategic business direction by leveraging distinctive, insight-driven analytics and proven methods to increase the pace, certainty, and successful outcomes of Nyka’s change programs.

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