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Ujjivan Financial Services appoints Ketchum Sampark as Strategic Public Relations partner

09-August-2016
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Ujjivan Financial Services appoints Ketchum Sampark as Strategic Public Relations partner

Ujjivan Financial Services, a microfinance institution, has appointed Ketchum Sampark, as their strategic Public Relations Partner to champion Corporate and Media communications for their Small Finance Bank transformation.
 
Speaking on the development, Vijay Balakrishnan, Chief Marketing Officer, Ujjivan Financial Services said, “We are delighted to announce that Ketchum Sampark, one of India’s leading Public Relations firms is on board as our strategic PR partner after a very careful consideration of their impeccable credentials, enormous experience &in-depth understanding of the Microfinance and BFSI domains.”
 
Balakrishnan added, “We are equally excited  &confident that Ketchum Samparkwill help us build impactful Public Relations & Customer OutreachPrograms given, their years of inspirational PR work in the MFI& Financial Institutions spaces, as we begin our interesting& challenging journey of transforming into  a best in class small finance bank.”
 
Commenting on the appointment, N S Rajan, Managing Director, Ketchum Sampark said, “We are very excited to partner with Ujjivan Financial Services in their mission towards transforming the lives of the economically active poor segments of our society further through a Small. Finance Bank institution We thank Ujjivan for their trust reposed in us, and with our extensive experience in the BFSI sector, including being associated with microfinance companies; we look forward to making a success of Ujjivan’s transformation into a Small Finance Bank.”

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