Looking back, the week saw two top level people movements – Rajesh Jejurikar heading to ZEEL as President and Haresh Chawla putting in his papers at Network18. Meanwhile, Count Andreas, Director Asia-Pacific, Faber Castell, shares how the 250-year old company has survived and thrived over the years…
“Public Relations as an industry in India is growing, though in a fragmented and individualistic manner, rather than as a collective and industry-like manner. As a profession, PR continues to attract more scorn than appreciation,” laments Rahat Beri, COO, Percept Profile India.
“The remittance market globally is driven by migration. Migration is broadly segregated into two types – one is that of knowledge workers and the other is the unskilled labour force. The key segment drivers are migration and skilled/ unskilled labour force demand globally,” informs Avijit Nanda, President, TimesofMoney.
“As a brand, Faber-Castell strongly values innovation and seeks to offer products with a point of difference as well as new and exciting styles. These values put us in an excellent position to take on our competitors,” affirms Count Andreas, Director - Asia-Pacific, Faber Castell.