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Reliance Infrastructure ropes in Braj Kishore from SBI Life to Head Corporate Communications for the group

30-March-2016
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Reliance Infrastructure ropes in Braj Kishore from SBI Life to Head Corporate Communications for the group

Reliance Infrastructure has brought in Braj Kishore from SBI Life to Head Corporate Communications for their Group. At Reliance Infrastructure, he will spearhead communications for all Group Companies of RInfra: Entire value chain of power businesses (generation, transmission and distribution), Roads, Airports, EPC, Cement, Mumbai Metro and Defence. He was heading Brand and Corporate Communications at SBI Life Insurance.

At Reliance Infrastructure, Kishore will report to Lalit Jalan, Group CEO, Reliance Infrastructure.

At SBI Life, Kishore was heading advertising, PR, Digital Media, Social Media, Internal Communication, CSR and Insurance Awareness. He has over 20 years of rich experience in diverse industry verticals in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata.

Kishore has been recognised by a number of industry bodies. He is a member of CII Marketing and Retail Committee since 2011. He has been invited by several reputed organisations to be a member of Jury - most recent being EFFIES by Ad Club and Outdoor Advertising Awards 2015.

He is an MBA from Melbourne Business School, Australia and an alumnus of Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi. 

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