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Communicate India appoints Shana Parihar as Director

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Communicate India appoints Shana Parihar as Director

Communicate India, a 360-degree public relations and digital branding solutions media agency, has appointed Shana Parihar as Director.

Parihar brings with her more than 20 years of multi-dimensional experience in public relations and corporate communications. She has worked in various capacities with leading public relations agencies as well as on the corporate side. Prior to joining Communicate India, Shana was working as director-client servicing at CMCG. Before that, Parihar worked as Director-Marcomm & PR, South Asia for Turner International India. In her stints with Burson-Marsteller Roger Pereira and CMCG, she has worked with a wide variety of clients from across industries such as automobiles, media and entertainment, telecom, FMCG, technology, education, art, among others.?

Her primary role at Communicate India as Director will be to contribute to business development, client servicing, and manage operations of the agency across their offices in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. She will also be responsible for delivering powerful branding strategies for all clients, across industry verticals like Corporate, Finance, Health & Fitness, Real Estate, Lifestyle, Media, Human Resources and more.

Akshaara Lalwani, Founder and CEO of Communicate India, expressed delight at the appointment and commented, “It’s great to have someone of Shana’s caliber on board. She is motivated and highly driven, and her wealth of experience across industries and markets makes her the perfect person to assist in driving the transformation and growth of the agency. We are extremely glad to have her on board.”

Parihar also commented, “I am very happy to be a part of Communicate India. The Agency has aggressive plans for the future and I’m excited to be able to contribute to the growth. Communicate is very focused on making direct impact on client’s business objectives and I look forward to working closely with the diverse talent in place to deliver those results.”

Communicate India’s client list includes international MNC’s and Indian blue chips like Mindshare, Rusan Healthcare, Metropolis Healthcare, Kyoorius, Reliance ADAG Group, Disney, Merck, to name a few.

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