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Transform Maharashtra appoints Percept One as its communications agency

06-April-2017
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Transform Maharashtra appoints Percept One as its communications agency

Transform Maharashtra, an initiative of the Chief Minister of the State, has appointed Percept One as its communications agency.

Transform Maharashtra provides an opportunity to college students in Maharashtra to put their heads together and come up with policy and/or programme level solutions to 11 critical challenges being faced by the State at present. These solutions will be implementable by the Government.

Commenting on the win, Nikhil Pavithran, Vice President and Regional Head, Percept One said, “Transform Maharashtra is one of the largest initiatives for the youths of Maharashtra and a prestigious platform for college students to showcase their talent. We are proud to be the communications partners for the initiative and look forward to doing some innovative work for the cause.”

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