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Carried Yesterday: First Partners is Hyundai Motor India’s public relations consultant

18-March-2017
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Carried Yesterday: First Partners is Hyundai Motor India’s public relations consultant

Hyundai Motor India has appointed First Partners as its public relations consultant for India following a multi-agency pitch. First Partners’ mandate involves supporting Hyundai's corporate communication and brand initiatives across all Hyundai offerings in India.

Speaking on the appointment, Atul Ahluwalia, Founding Partner, First Partners, said “We are pleased that Hyundai Motor India has chosen First Partners as their Public Relations partner. I am confident that our team’s rich experience in the auto sector coupled with the business outcome focused communication approach of our firm will help us further consolidate Hyundai’s position in the Indian market. We are looking forward to a long-term and successful association.”

First Partners is a premier full-service communications consultancy, which specializes in integrating communication solutions with a single-minded focus on delivering business outcomes.

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