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GroupM kicks off Choreos 2013 with announcement of nominees

14-November-2013
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GroupM kicks off Choreos 2013 with announcement of nominees

GroupM India has kicked off its unique rewards and recognition programme, Choreos. The media investment arm of WPP announced the nominees for Choreos 2013 to the over 1,200 GroupM staff across all offices in India via a Google Hangout with CVL Srinivas, CEO, GroupM South Asia.

The nominations are a list of the very best talent at GroupM across all its media agencies and specialised units. The final winners will be announced at a grand event for GroupM employees on November 27, 2013 in Mumbai. This year marks five years of Choreos and the theme is ‘Breaking New Ground’, an articulation of one of the six values of GroupM India.

Speaking on the announcement, Srinivas said, “Our talent is our most valuable asset and this event is a recognition of this belief. We’ve had a record number of entries this year and are very excited to unveil the nominees via a Google Hangout. In addition to celebrating our people and our values, this year we have instituted a new award to recognise our ‘New Me’ philosophy.”

The word ‘Choreos’ comes from the overall GroupM vision of ‘Choreographing Convergence’. This focused vision, with the strong values of leadership, entrepreneurship, individuality, mutual trust, team spirit and quality, has made GroupM one of the most desired destinations for quality talent.

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