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Ravi Dubey joins Hanmer & Partners as Corporate Advisor

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Ravi Dubey joins Hanmer & Partners as Corporate Advisor

Hanmer & Partners Communications Private Limited, one of the leading public relations consultancy firms, has pitched in communication expert Ravi Dubey as its Corporate Advisor. He will share his communications expertise and experience with the firm.

"We are very excited at Hanmer & Partners to have Ravi on board," said Sunil Gautam, Managing Director of Hanmer & Partners. "Ravi's vast experience and multi-facet insight will strengthen the company," he added.

On his new association with the company, Dubey said, "It's indeed an honour to be associated with such a visionary communications consultancy company. "Having observed the dynamism at Hanmer & Partners and the knowledge-based public relations strategies that they implement, I found this five-year-old firm promoted by my old friend Sunil Gautam the best fit for my advice. I am absolutely positive that Hanmer & Partners would be able to do full justice to my experience and advice," he added.

Dubey's twenty five-year stint with the Tata Group began in 1977. He spearheaded Tata Group's communication mandate with great élan after quitting the group as Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs to oversee all renovation projects in the northern region.


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