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Sunil Gautam wins Lifetime Achievement Award at IPRCCA 2015

30-November-2015
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Sunil Gautam wins Lifetime Achievement Award at IPRCCA 2015

Sunil Gautam, Founder, Pitchfork Partners (Founder and Chairman Emeritus, MSL Group India), was felicitated with the Lifetime Achievement Award for his immense contribution in the PR and Communication industry at the sixth edition of exchange4media Group’s India PR and Corporate Communication Awards (IPRCCA).

On winning the award, Gautam said, “I am delighted to receive this award and also feel very humble today. However, I would like to dedicate this award to more than 3,500 people who worked under me through various organisations like Clea, M&M Partners which is now MSL India and now Pitchfork. And also to more than 2,000 client who have posed faith in my team and me. It has been a great journey. And to thousands of partners, friends and well-wishers who have stood by me during these years. A big thank you as this award would have not been possible without all of you”. “ A big thank you to my wife and my family who also have stood by me in this journey when I was extremely tied-up and busy trying to build up three businesses one after the other.”

He added, “My congratulations to IPRCCA, exchange4media, the jury and Annurag Batra and the other awardees and nominees. Keep the flag flying high for the PR and communications fraternity. In the coming decades and let’s make the world sit-up and take notice of the fact that we have some of the best talent and most creative ideas and campaigns that we are second to none.”

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