Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick Credentials<br />
INTRODUCTIONWEBER SHANDWICKCORPORATE VOICE | WEBER SHANDWICK<br />Weber Shandwick is a global public relations and communi...
WE'RE PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER <br />INTER <br />PUBLIC <br />GROUP<br />
INDIAINDUSTRY RECOGNITIONS & AWARDS<br />Our unrelenting commitment to deliver outstanding work for our clients has been r...
ALL INDIA NETWORK OF OFFICES<br />We service large Indian and multinational corporates through a network of owned and asso...
ADVOCACY APPROACH<br />With the introduction of our new Advocacy communication planning methodology we have taken the best...
OUR PRACTICE GROUP MODEL<br />Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick operates dedicated practice groups, which bring local and ...
Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick has drawn from its strong expertise across various practices to create a suite of servic...
INDIA CLIENTS<br />We work with some of the best names in the business. We have a strong base of over 110 retainer clients...
Agency Corporate Structure<br />
CORPORATE STRUCTURE<br />Chandigarh<br />Associate <br />Lucknow<br />Associate <br />Bhopal<br />Associate<br />Hyderabad...
CLIENT SERVICING STRUCTURE<br />Shiv Reddy, CEO India<br />Atul Ahluwalia, President, India<br />Center of Excellence Team...
Advocacy Starts Here<br />
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  1. 1. Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick Credentials<br />
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  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONWEBER SHANDWICKCORPORATE VOICE | WEBER SHANDWICK<br />Weber Shandwick is a global public relations and communications leader. Headquartered in New York, Weber Shandwick are counselors to 15 of Fortune’s top 20 companies and recognized for strong corporate reputation and issue management expertise worldwide<br />Named Global Agency of the Year 2010 by the Holmes Report and Large Agency of the Year2008 by PR News, Weber Shandwick operates through its joint venture Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick in India. <br />Since its inception in 1992, Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick has played a leading role in development of the Public Relations industry in India. We have grown to be one of the largest consultancies in the local market, currently employing over 160 communications professionals from diverse disciplines and serving over 125 leading Indian and multinational corporations on a retainer basis.<br />126 offices in 77 markets worldwide<br />
  4. 4. WE'RE PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER <br />INTER <br />PUBLIC <br />GROUP<br />
  5. 5. INDIAINDUSTRY RECOGNITIONS & AWARDS<br />Our unrelenting commitment to deliver outstanding work for our clients has been recognized internationally. Today, Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick prides itself as the most awarded PR Agency in India, with global industry awards and recognition from clients: <br />Our campaign “Women against lazy stubble” for P&G Gillette bagged IPRA Golden 2010 Award in the new product launch category, Stevie's International Business Award for Marketing Campaign of the year and Silver Lion at Cannes festival for PR led campaign of the year<br />P&G’s Project Parivartan, supported by CVWS was commended at Government Relations Gold Standard Award, by the Public Affairs Asia Forum 2010<br />Winner 1st Asia Pacific SABRE Award for Dabur’s “Drop sugar for a Healthy Honeylicous Life!” campaign 2009<br />Co-led the P&G/ Gillette Campaign "To shave or not" which won the Gold and Silver in the Media Lions Category at Cannes Awards 2009<br />United Nations Grand Prize for PR Excellence 2007 <br />First agency in India to win the IPRA Golden Award 2007<br />Media's Asia Pacific PR Campaign of the Year 2007/2006 <br />NDTV PR Team of the Year Award 2007 for Honda Civic<br />Media's Asia Pacific PR Network of the Year 2006<br />First agency in India to win the Asia Pacific PR Week Gold Award (2005)<br />McDonald’s International Global Award for the best public relations launch program in India in 1997<br />Maximum coverage award for India in 2001 by LG Electronics, Korea<br />
  6. 6. ALL INDIA NETWORK OF OFFICES<br />We service large Indian and multinational corporates through a network of owned and associate offices across India: <br />Chandigarh<br />Delhi<br />Jaipur<br />Lucknow<br />Ahmedabad<br />Bhopal<br />Kolkata<br />Hyderabad<br />Mumbai<br />Pune<br />Bangalore<br />Chennai<br />
  7. 7. ADVOCACY APPROACH<br />With the introduction of our new Advocacy communication planning methodology we have taken the best from modern communication campaigning and applied to the new empowered consumer/ citizen environment companies are increasingly facing<br />
  8. 8. OUR PRACTICE GROUP MODEL<br />Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick operates dedicated practice groups, which bring local and international expertise together to help add value to clients. <br />These practice groups work seamlessly together, both cross-borders and within offices to ensure that we are able to put together teams of people with the expertise which best matches client needs.<br />
  9. 9. Corporate Voice | Weber Shandwick has drawn from its strong expertise across various practices to create a suite of services specially suited for companies in today’s context<br />OUR OFFERINGS: <br />
  10. 10. INDIA CLIENTS<br />We work with some of the best names in the business. We have a strong base of over 110 retainer clients. Some of our major clients include names like: <br />Financial: IVFA, HSBC, Temasek, TransUnion<br />Consumer : P&G, Honda Siel Cars, LG Electronics, Whirlpool<br />Corporate : Hero Honda, Moser Baer , Australian Trade Commission, Economic Development Board of Singapore<br />Media & Entertainment: Times Now, ET Now, Discovery Turbo, Science & HD, Atria<br />Healthcare: MSD (Merck & Co., US), USAID, Baxter<br />Technology: Gartner, Agilent Technologies, Hitachi GST, Progeon (Infosys)<br />Infrastructure: Bombardier, DP World, Honeywell, Raytheon<br />Travel & Hospitality: Oberoi Hotels, American Airlines, Etihad Airways, Tourism Australia, Tourism New South Wales, Bahamas Tourism, Atout France<br />
  11. 11. Agency Corporate Structure<br />
  12. 12. CORPORATE STRUCTURE<br />Chandigarh<br />Associate <br />Lucknow<br />Associate <br />Bhopal<br />Associate<br />Hyderabad<br />Associate<br />Pune<br />Associate<br />Ahmedabad<br />Associate<br />
  13. 13. CLIENT SERVICING STRUCTURE<br />Shiv Reddy, CEO India<br />Atul Ahluwalia, President, India<br />Center of Excellence Team<br />National Strategy Team<br />Dilip Yadav, Vice President, India<br />Digital Team<br />Admin<br />Support Staff<br />Rakhi Khanna <br />Branch Manager<br />Client<br />Contacts<br />Public Affairs<br />Account Director<br />Account Manager<br />Core Client Servicing Team<br />New Delhi Team<br />Bangalore Team<br />Kolkata Team<br />Chennai Team<br />Account Supervisor<br />Account Executive<br />Chandigarh <br />Associate <br />Kochi <br />Associate <br />Bhopal<br />Associate <br />Hyderabad <br />Associate <br />Pune<br />Associate <br />Ahmedabad<br />Associate <br />Cochin<br />Associate <br />Jaipur<br />Associate <br />
  14. 14. Advocacy Starts Here<br />

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