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Wyatt is an award winning communication agency, with offices in Delhi, Mumbai & Kolkata. ...

Wyatt is an award winning communication agency, with offices in Delhi, Mumbai & Kolkata.

Wyatt is #1 in financial and corporate communications.

Work for the best the category clients like Dabur, Maruti, ACC, Dominos, Tata Group, Max Group, Jubilant Group, Educomp, Aptech, Monnet Ispat, Era, Hiranandini etc

Wyatt specializes in the following:
Annual reports
Sustainability and CSR reports
Brand Identity (logo design)
Advertising campaigns
Employee engagement campaigns
White papers



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  • 1. Credential Presentation
  • 2. Where communication is a passion 70 Clients 15+ Sectors 360° Solutions Strong reputation for delivering cross-media communication solutions that look great, read easy and stand apart. A full service communications consultancy based in Delhi, Mumbai & Kolkata. Set up in 2005 with the objective of setting new benchmarks in communication.
  • 3. Amongst top 5 agencies In Annual Report A Specialist Financial, Corporate, Marketing Communication Assist corporates, institutions and organizations meet their defined communications objectives through a well-thought out plan and implementation strategy Service portfolio spans Communication planning, Strategic consultancy and execution Facilitate 360 degree communication s approach that enables clients to effectively communicate their key communication messages to defined TGs Specialize in Marketing, Corporate and Financial communications, with niche presence in annual report development, where Wyatt is ranked among India’s top 5 agencies Offer end-to-end solutions, delivering turnkey projects, across the entire gamut of the communication needs of clients Adept at effective use of diverse media, including Print, Audio-Visual, Web, Digital and others Young, dynamic, with a strong conceptual & creative edge
  • 4. Strong 25-member in-house team across multiple functions – business writers, copywriters, art directors, visualizers, production specialists & account managers - with offices in Delhi and Mumbai Expert and experienced management bandwidth, along with extensive network of partner vendors 25 Members 3 Offices Domain expertise spanning sectors that shape the Indian economy Our clients include industry stalwarts and India’s top notch brands: ACC, Dabur, India Gate Basmati (KRBL), Daawat (LT Foods), Dominos (Jubilant FoodWorks), Max India, Dalmia, Maruti, Tata Trust, Renuka Sugars, amongst many others
  • 5. The Wyatt product portfolio Annual Reports Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility Reports Brand Ideation Advertising Campaigns Newsletters for internal & external constituents Employee Engagement Campaigns Brochures Websites Presentations White Papers
  • 6. Infrastructure Development Manufacturing Pharmaceutical Fast moving consumer goods Agro-based Real Estate A diverse clientele operating in different business spheres has helped Wyatt develop a vertical presence across a range of sectors including: Our presence vertical
  • 7. Textile Financial services Retail Information technology Fashion accessories Hospitality Non-profit organizations Power and power ancillaries
  • 8. Client: ACC Limited Objective: Usher freshness in the Annual Report and Sustainability designing style. The Sustainability Report won industry level appreciation which was followed by an opportunity to develop the platinum jubilee logo. This logo was selected through an intensive round of a multi-agency pitch followed by a round of internal voting where not only the management but a cross section of employees participated. This iconic 75th year logo was used across all communication collaterals during the year from the Annual Report, Corporate campaigns including outdoor media.
  • 9. Annual Report | ACC | THEME : Embracing Tomorrow
  • 10. Annual Report | THEME : Embracing Tomorrow
  • 11. Annual Report | THEME : Living Our Values
  • 12. New Year Greeting Card
  • 13. Screen Saver
  • 14. Sustainability Report`
  • 15. Platinum Jubilee Logo
  • 16. Client: DSC Limited Objective: Extensive branding in Delhi NCR in high visibility zones showcasing the world class project portfolio and establish the brand as a leading infrastructure player in India Position DSC as a major contributor to the growth of Literature as a part of it’s CSR activities Synchronize DSC’s brand personality, values and corporate culture, using various internal branding tools, working closely with corporate communication team, to get the employees behind the brand
  • 17. Corporate Profile
  • 18. Gatefold
  • 19. Literature Prize Booklet
  • 20. Corporate Ads
  • 21. Backdrop
  • 22. Standees
  • 23. Greeting Cards
  • 24. Internal Communications: Quarterly Newsletters
  • 25. Internal Communications: Quarterly Newsletters
  • 26. Website
  • 27. Corporate Merchandise - Mugs
  • 28. Client: Era Group Objective: Build visibility and establish Brand Era amongst critical stakeholders Communicate the uniqueness and achievements of Era to critical stakeholders Communicate the ambitious vision & growth plans of the group – qualitative & quantitative – to stakeholders Establish Era brand credibility and goodwill amongst stakeholders Create a brand platform for future expansion of the Group into newer businesses
  • 29. Logos
  • 30. Brand Identity - Stationery
  • 31. Group Profile
  • 32. Internal Communications: Monthly Newsletters
  • 33. Calendars
  • 34. Calendars
  • 35. Website
  • 36. Corporate Ad
  • 38. Era Infra Engineering – Annual Report
  • 39. Era Infra Engineering – Presentation
  • 40. Era Business School - Brochure
  • 41. Client: Fresenius Kabi Oncology Limited Objective: To raise awareness for the new and integrated identity of Fresenius Kabi – hitherto Dabur Pharma - across various mediums (print, web, digital) to key stakeholders Embark on motivating internal communication for employees, for them to relate to the parent organization and imbibe the ethos, ethics, culture and adapt to the work environment To facilitate and support various HR initiatives with apt content and design solutions
  • 42. 50% 75% 10th Annual Report 2012-13 Fresenius Kabi Oncology Limited 2 310 th Annual Report 2012-13 Strategies are as often driven by challenges as they are by opportunities. Thestrategicblueprint,wedraftedayearago,astheroadmapforourfuture growth was well-aligned to our ability to capitalize on the opportunities that prevailed at the time. Certain unforeseen developments during the year, however, made us rethink our strategies to realign our priorities to the changing business environment. While our goals remained intact, we decided to remap our journey to the same. Today, as we move forward towards a better future, we do it with even greater focus on quality than before. Our decision to concentrate more heavily on manufacturing, following the observations of the US Drugs and Food Administration regarding GMP non-conformities in relation to manufacturing, documentation practices and product testing at our API plant in Kalyani, marks a shift in our strategic thrust. It is a shift that we even more future-ready for growth as we surge ahead. By voluntarily putting production at Kalyani on hold since February 2013, we have realigned our priorities for the moment to evolve a new strategic thought process. This realignment will bring more depth to our quality focus and render greater strength to our commitment to growth in the future. Our proposal to delist the Company from the Bombay Stock Exchange of the Company with the Fresenius Global operations, thereby providing delisting shall enable the Group to also better support the Company’s business and meet the needs of its customers. Together, these measures have infused a new thinking in our future- driven growth philosophy. Our proposal to delist the Company from the Bombay Stock Exchange and the course for the integration of the Company with the Fresenius Global operations, thereby providing greater operational RETHINKING TO REALIGN PRIORITIES 4 510 th Annual Report 2012-13 REINFORCING GROWTH BY REASSERTING STRENGTHS Organizations often need to reiterate and reassert even their intrinsic and inherent strengths as they test choppy waters in their onward journey into the future. Such reassertion does not signify any expression of doubt about their strengths; rather, it is aimed at their further consolidation and a deepening of their roots. By doing so, organizations, in fact, send out a strong message about the robustness of their business model and the steadfastness of their long-term goals. Today, as we reiterate our quality commitment and focus even more on strengthening our manufacturing systems, we are foundation of our time-tested and proven strengths. We are, in fact, using this as an opportunity to underline the deep-rooted values that steer our progress as a leading company for cancer research and anti-cancer products. We are rearticulating our mission and links the two, thereby paving the way for greater positive impact on the lives of patients and their families. The growth-readiness which we had underpinned a year ago as the key mantra for our future is now getting reinforced on a stronger platform of quality thrust, with our dedicated passion getting increasingly manifest in our reoriented strategies and priorities. As we now move relentlessly in the unwavering pursuit of our goals, we do so with a renewed belief in our ability to achieve each one of them on the strength of our new and better operationally controlled business structure. We are rearticulating our goals for the future on a platform that intrinsically links the two, thereby paving the way for greater positive impact on the lives of patients and their families
  • 43. Annual Report | Fresenius Kabi Oncology Limited | THEME : Caring for Life
  • 44. Employee Referral Policy - Posters
  • 45. Employee Referral Policy - E-mailer
  • 46. Employee Referral Policy – Intranet Web Page
  • 47. Internal Communications: Quarterly Newsletters
  • 48. Internal Communications: Quarterly Newsletters
  • 49. Internal Communications: Quarterly Newsletters
  • 50. Diary
  • 51. Poster
  • 52. Security Hand Book
  • 53. Safety Booklet
  • 54. Safety Booklet
  • 55. Client: HCL Infosystems Limited Objective: To devise an impacting campaign communicating the transition & transformation of the company from an Indian player, limited focus one to a Global service provider equipped with expertise in providing Systems Integration and Tech solutions across verticals To communicate and visualize the Vision and Mission statements in a manner, for them to be lived and breathed by the employees To conceptualize a monthly newsletter for the HCL service division, as a part of it’s macro CRM initiative and to act as a strong medium for exchange of ideas amongst employees and authorized service partners.
  • 56. Annual Report
  • 57. Corporate Profile
  • 58. World Economic Forum Booklet
  • 59. Internal Communications: Monthly Newsletters
  • 60. Client: Hiranandani Upscale Objective: To leverage the strong Hiranandani brand equity and foray & entrench into various fast growing real estate markets across India through its high–end & differentiated projects To spread awareness of the work done by the company in the CSR domain
  • 61. Newsletters: Hiranandani Upscale
  • 62. Newsletters: Hiranandani Upscale
  • 63. Newsletters: Hiranandani Upscale
  • 64. Collaterals
  • 65. Collaterals
  • 66. Hiranandani Upscale School : Brochure
  • 67. Ad Campaigns
  • 68. Ad Campaigns
  • 69. E-mailer
  • 70. Hiranandani Foundation: CSR Report:
  • 71. Hoardings
  • 72. Hoardings
  • 73. Backdrops Front panel Side panel 1 Side panel 2
  • 74. Flash presentation
  • 75. Greeting Cards
  • 76. Client: Max India Objective: To strengthen Max India’s positioning and edge amongst key stakeholders through a comprehensive design-led annual report Leverage different communication platforms for launching new initiatives from the Max India Group Conceptualize & design a CMS-based exhaustive corporate website which encapsulates information across all functions, initiatives and businesses
  • 77. Annual Report | Max India Limited | THEME : In the Business of Life
  • 78. Annual Report 2009-10
  • 79. Max India*Website:
  • 80. Client: Monnet Objective: Strengthen the investor communication process
  • 81. Annual Report
  • 82. Diary
  • 83. Calendar
  • 84. CD Docket
  • 85. Stall
  • 86. Emailer
  • 87. Reminder emailer
  • 88. Poster
  • 89. Lucky Draw Poster
  • 90. Backdrop
  • 91. Standee
  • 92. Dangler
  • 93. Invite
  • 94. Client: Panacea Biotec Limited Objective: To launch the ‘Think Medicine. Think India’ campaign showcasing the inherent strengths of India in innovation, intellectual capacity and ideation in general and specifically in the pharmaceutical sector. This explains why the world is looking at India for one-stop solutions – from high end R&D to CRAMS.
  • 95. Campaign Logo
  • 96. Annual Report 2010-11
  • 97. Annual Report 2009-10
  • 98. Website
  • 99. Corporate Brochure
  • 100. Notepad
  • 101. Table Top Calendar - 2011
  • 102. Wall Calendar - 2011
  • 103. Outdoor Branding Backdrop Standee
  • 104. Result Ad
  • 105. Client: Spanco Objective: With a formidable experience spanning nearly 15 years in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) space, Spanco actively services the Government, Power, Telecom and BPO sectors. The Company is focused on creating large scale technology infrastructure that helps drive governance efficiency across key sectors. The ability to communicate the depth of the multi-dimensional businesses, to capture the pace of the evolution of each of these businesses and its competitive edge – for all stakeholders was a challenge for the company. Wyatt has successfully been a partner in the endeavour developing the key investor communication documents (Annual Reports) for the past 4 years in a role along with developing a Corporate profile, a key profile for the Chairman, year-end communication documents, a corporate AV and more.
  • 106. Annual Report | Spanco Limited | THEME : Thinking Differently…
  • 107. Note Book 2011
  • 108. Notebook 2012
  • 109. Brochure
  • 110. Chairman’s Profile
  • 111. Flash presentation
  • 112. Calender
  • 113. Inspiration Booklet
  • 114. Client: SKF Objective: For a company with a global legacy of over 100 years, a formal look was desired. It is the first time that the Company agreed to taking agency support for developing their Annual Report. The aim was to ensure not only ensure that perception of a mere bearings company was wiped out but rather a Knowledge engineering company with a multi-product and solution based approach was etched on to the memory of all Stakeholders.
  • 115. Annual Report | SKF India Limited | THEME : Our Commitment
  • 116. Annual Report 2010
  • 117. Calender
  • 118. Annual Reports
  • 119. TARAKKI KO CHAHIYE NAYA NAZARIYA Over the years, Hindustan has consistently done more than a mere newspaper would. It has raised its voice, gathered public opinion and played a role of a public benefactor by actuating change for progress. Here are some of the major campaigns that we undertook, leading to strong impact, during the year in review. Aao Rajneeti Karein Promoting participation in the great democratic exercise to elect a new government in U.P. & Uttarakhand, the campaign’s focus was in engaging the readers, encouraging registration as voters and enabling them to exercise their franchise at the polling booth. Rajneeti Khatam, Kaam Shuru This campaign defined the mandate for the new government in U.P., and gave voice to the demands of the people for the government. The campaign encouraged people to send letters depicting the action and the change they desired to actualise. Tangible Takeaways The campaign resulted in 62,000 letters being delivered to the government expressing the aspirations of the voting public, adding impetus to the development agenda designed by the government. It gave people a voice that was heard through the Suniye Mukhyamantri, Hamare Shaher Ki Awaz – highlighting key issues related to their city along with suggestions on how to tackle them. Tarakki ki raah mein, Hindustan ka samarpan Tangible Takeaways The initiative encouraged 1.4 Crore new voter registrations, with the election witnessing 14 percent more voter turnout (highest turnout since 1952). The campaign had evidently made a difference, leading to the emergence of a clear mandate. ¸F`Ô AF`S ¸FZSZ QFQFªFe d¶FWFS IZ d»F¹FZ QF`OZÞ¦Fm, AF`S AF´F ? hhjkjkhh Tangible Takeaways The Samvaads were a veritable success involving tens of thousands of people in the dialogue and debates for the special status. There was daily coverage of the campaign on Page 2 and constant write-ups and interviews of ministers and other eminent people. The ‘Run for Bihar’ attracted 10,000 participants and the collective voice of the people of Bihar was heard by people in Bihar and New Delhi. Jaago Agra This was a local area campaign that sought to collect and address electricity-related consumer complaints of people. The sensitization campaign was followed by submission of the complaints to the service providers for their resolution. Tangible Takeaways The campaign generated several thousand consumer complaints that were endorsed by the Chief Minister and submitted to the relevant service provider for resolution. Due to the campaign run by Hindustan, several improvements have happened in Agra - lower power cuts, faster turnaround time upto 300 transformers upgraded, which have beneficially impacted the citizens of Agra. Kanpur, Meerut and Agra Women’s Safety Campaign The campaign focused on an issue that is of local as well as national interest. It highlighted the need for society to respect women and provide them a safe work and life environment. As part of the campaign, self defence classes were held to educate women, booklets which educate them about crime prevention were distributed and also tips given on safeguarding their person. Whistles were distributed for them to sound alarm when under threat. Hindustan Samvaad were held in Agra, Meerut and Kanpur to drive for safer cities in U.P. Medals for showing bravery were given to deserving women as part of the campaign. Tangible Takeaways The campaign saw massive participation, with more than 15,000 women attending the self-defence classes. The Hindustan Samvads attracted participants from the local administration, eminent citizens and even the Chief Minister of U.P. The campaign led to large- scale public awareness on the issue of women safety and looked at meaningful ways of protecting women. Bihar Maange Insaaf This was a campaign that took up the cause of Bihar, demanding an exclusive status for the state. The demands included increased employment generation and industrialization. The activation involved holding a Samvaad (Dialogue) in each of the 38 districts of the state, giving a credible voice for the demand. This was followed up with a Secretary level Samvaad in the capital city Patna and culminated in a Samaagam (Conclave) that was chaired by the Chief Minister. The campaign also included ‘Run for Bihar’, encouraging ordinary people to run for the cause of the state. Hindustan Media Ventures Limited Annual Report 2012-2013 0302 Hindustan Media Ventures Limited
  • 120. HT Media Limited Annual Report 2012-13 Inf E tert Enriching Lives through Information Education Entertainment Entertainment is a serious business in this age of information. The new consumer is an avid consumer of media based entertainment, be it on radio, television, the internet or theatres. At Fever 104 FM, our FM radio stations, we have consistently paid attention to our programming to ensure that it entertains as well as elevates. Fever 104 has lived up to its slogan of being ‘It’s all about the music’ by offering 40 minutes of non-stop music to its listeners that includes the latest songs. We have gone beyond music to innovate our programming and content so as to raise the entertainment bar for our listeners. We have pioneered the concept of radio drama in the radio Industry and have relaunched some great epics like Bal Gopal & Bose for the Indian youth. We have also achieved success through unique contests such as Tick Tock Fever and Cash Hour, which introduced large cash prizes on air. During the year, we successfully incubated the “In Store” radio business by partnering with India’s largest retailer Big Bazaar. Our live production division, Fever Entertainment, ideates and executes mass engagement & family entertainment events like Concerts, Fever Tree of Wishes, Noddy in Toyland, Ben 10. Desimartini.com is another major offering from HT Media in the entertainment arena. FY 13 witnessed a multi-fold increase in the popularity of Desimartini.com, which has emerged as India’s popular movie review and rating site. The new look site, launched in the previous fiscal, continues to draw an increasing number of viewers, for whom it is the country’s leading ‘public voice on movies’. While we are entertaining our audience, we are simultaneously using the entertainment platform to elevate and engage people. Entertainment that Elevates Fever Entertainment entered into the kids’ entertainment space and brought the all time favourite children’s shows Noddy in Toyland & Ben 10 live to India. Noddy in Toyland featured a UK cast, performing 12 shows in five days in Delhi. With 15 Million people tuning into Fever 104 FM, it ranked as the # radio station in Delhi for over 100 weeks, and is swiftly heading into leadership positions in other markets. Information that Empowers Information today prompts people to action. It incites us to take charge of our lives and drive positive change. As a leading news organization, we are a platform for news, reports, editorials, features and stories that document our time and spur change. We are not restricted to the print medium alone, but disseminate news and features online through the digital medium – hindustantimes.com, livemint.com and livehindustan.com. We also disseminate information other than news – for example data related to job seekers and employers online, including social media. Our Hindustan Times Leadership Summit brings together world leaders and change makers from diverse fields to debate, discuss and discover. The debate deals with crucial world issues and raises the bar on awareness and encourages people to act. While we are primarily in the business of gathering, assimilating and disseminating news and information, we are simultaneously using information to empower people. Hindustan Times is consistently strengthening its # positionamong English Broadsheet dailies in Mumbai with a readership of 0.8 Million +. The Mumbai edition is growing its readership in double digits. Hindustan Times is the # newspaper in Delhi 12 times in a row. It has an average issue readership of 2.1 Million in Delhi NCR. , HT’s job portal, is the 1st to integrate recruitment through Social Media (Facebook) in association with MyParichay. Mint is India’s # business daily.Mint also has ‘web-first’ newsrooms (amongst India’s first) for faster news dissemination. BUSINESS LANDSCAPEAnnual Report 2 0 1 2 - 1 3 ENRICHING LIVES BUSINESS CLUSTERS PERFORMANCE VIEW FROM THE TOP MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION & ANALYSIS DIRECTORS’ REPORT REPORT ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STANDALONE FINANCIALS CONSOLIDATED FINANCIALS HT Media Limited 05ENRICHING LIVES
  • 121. Annual Report | KRBL Limited | THEME : Measuring the Happiness Index
  • 122. THE BRAND WITH BRAND AMBASSADORS They are more than just a number for us. They are the custodians of our brand. Across the Company, we initiated various activities during the year to keep our employees motivated and inspired. Some of these programmes were also aimed towards identifying high potential employees and grooming them for future roles We are grateful to our people for having endowed us with the ‘best employer’ status. It is our constant endeavour to keep our people motivated, happy and enthused. We regularly engage with them through formal and informal employee interaction forums, and implement incentives and promotion linked training modules. Our online Learning Management System was launched during the year eliciting a strong positive response from our employees. Domino’s India’s training has, in fact, been labelled the best in the entire Domino’s World. Programmes conducted include a 9-month business Coaching programme for leadership talent and a two-day Coaching skills workshop for the top manage- ment “Finance for Non Finance” & “Leadership Skills” for senior and middle management and “Performance Management” for People Managers Dance Domino’s Dance – a fun- filled reality show styled engagement activity for Domino’s Pizza India employees Skill development programmes for employees at all levels Many fun activities at our Domino’s Pizza stores to promote a work hard-play hard culture for our employees When it comes to building an emotional connect, our employees are the perfect brand ambassadors. And together, we will nurture and take forward the organisation to greater heights Quality is not just an organisational business mantra. It is, in a bigger measure, a reflection of the attitude, zealousness and obsession of the people working in an organisation. It is, in effect, the translation of this zealousness into innovative strategies and offerings which enables us to continuously delight our consumers with new and better products across both our brands. Constantly streamlining our processes and systems to improve quality and taste, centralising procurement to ensure the best quality ingredients across the entire value chain, and channelising resources to enable customisation to suit the Indian palate – the obsession with quality innovation is manifest in every aspect of JFL operations. This quality focus lies at the core of our R&D team’s strength, which steers the successful launch of new and more attractive offerings for consumers every time. Our R&D team is constantly focussed on innovating products, across the main and side dishes, to suit the Indian palate and address the ever-evolving consumer need for tastier and better quality food at affordable prices. The result: Each of our products reflects greater innovation and better quality, thus ensuring that our consumers keep coming back to us As the quality obsession of our brand ambassadors continues to grow, so does our product basket, with every new product going a step further to satiate the growing consumer demand for something new and more innovative. The Domino’s Pizza India brand saw the launch of eight new products, coupled with the re-launch of Pizza Mania with refreshed toppings, to further expand our product portfolio during the year. Our Dunkin’ Donuts offerings include an array of food products and beverages, including several tailor- made for the Indian market, besides a wide range of internationally recognised donuts and traditional breakfast. Some unique product packages and initiatives included Dunkin’ Diwali gift pack, Dunkin’ Winter Blast and Valentine celebrations.
  • 123. Annual Report: Dabur India Ltd. | THEME : Indian Roots. Global Reach.
  • 124. Annual Report: Aptech | THEME : Unleash your potential
  • 125. Annual Report | Educomp Solutions Limited | THEME : Consolidating Our Strengths Expanding Our Impact
  • 126. Annual Report | Motherson Sumi Systems Limited | THEME : Global Potential Harnessed
  • 127. Annual Report: Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd. | THEME : Leveraging strengths. Catalysing tomorrow.
  • 128. Annual Report: Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Industries Ltd. | THEME: Wider Vistas New Horizons
  • 129. Annual Report: KRBL Limited | THEME : What every grain aspires to be
  • 130. Annual Report: TATA | THEME : Caring for what matters
  • 131. Other Corporate Communications
  • 132. Sustainability Report: Ambuja Cement
  • 133. Sustainability Report: Indorama Venture
  • 134. CSR Report
  • 135. CII Newsletter
  • 136. Maruti CSR Booklet
  • 137. Websites www.evinix.in www.metaphor.in
  • 138. Corporate Presentations
  • 139. Key Members We are headquartered in Delhi with branch offices in Mumbai & Kolkata and our team consists of experienced industry professionals from areas such as equity research, corporate communications, business journalism, media planning, client servicing, designing, technical staff and creative artists. A brief description of our key members is as follows: Preeti Sharma, Director - Preeti has 13 years of experience in the Communications space and has worked on the annual report of over 125 companies and corporate requirements of over 150 companies till date . Right from setting up the communication division to adding Ivy League corporate clients to Wyatt’s portfolio, to developing them into retainer-based clients, she has been instrumental in creating a niche for Wyatt in the annual report space with over 70+ clients in its kitty. Her expertise extends across the entire value chain – from conceptualization of theme based and topical positioning pegs which amply communicate the company’s macro strategic approach to incisive research and writing to being involved in the accurate visual communication of the assignment to ensuring excellent client servicing support and hassle-free production, Preeti has built a passionate team that delivers on all fronts. Vipul Shah, Chief Consultant (Legal & Strategy) - A post-graduate in business management with specialisation in finance, Vipul is the Director of Wyatt Securities. He has over ten years of rich experience in equity research analysis and has played an invaluable role in ensuring the right business and investor interest thrust is brought out in the communication documents at Wyatt.An old hand reading through balance the market to raise funds and develop related investor communication documents. Aditya Sharma, Non-executive Director - is a Director with Lok Capital, an impact investment fund active in the high potential financial inclusion and broader inclusion enterprises that include education, healthcare & livelihoods. The fund seeks to promote inclusive growth by supporting the development of social enterprises to serve the un-serviced community in a scalable, affordable & commercially viable manner. Prior to this, he was Vice President, Operations & Strategy, Everstone Investment Advisors (previously known as Future Capital Holdings), an India focused investment manager with dedicated private equity and real estate funds. Aditya has been a founder member of Wyatt Communications and spearheads the macro strategy mantle. He has been instrumental in shaping the growth strategies for Wyatt with the aim of maximizing client satisfaction and stickiness. People & Passion
  • 140. Key Members Ashish Dhir, Director, Wyatt Communications & Founder and Managing Partner, WISEDGE Consulting - Founder of WISEDGE Consulting Pvt Ltd, a recently constituted management consulting firm, Ashish Dhir has wide-ranging expertise and experience across key management consultancy roles in niche segments. He is also Director at Wyatt Communications Pvt. Ltd., a sister concern of Wisedge and an established 360 degree communications player. Ashish’s visionary focus and futuristic perspective has paved the way for the growth of Wisedge as a leading player providing strategy, implementation and capital advisory services to its clients in textile, retail, fashion and lifestyle sectors. During his 16 years stint in retail, textile and apparel sector, he has handled the entire gamut of services in consulting, business development, sales and marketing in India and UK. These include business India entry strategy, growth strategy, marketing strategy, business plans, merger & acquisition advisory, project management, store roll out implementation, due diligence study. Ashish worked with Technopak in key roles for over 5 years, delivering various projects on growth strategies, business plans, strategic alliances, marketing promotion implementation, due diligence study for leading national and international clients. Prior to his sting at Technopak, he worked for three years in UK. Ashish has a good understanding of the fashion retail, textile and apparel market in India and has worked with the Ministry of Textiles and several state governments and other industry organizations to contribute in policy making on various issues. He is an MBA from Lancaster University, UK and B.Tech in Textiles from TIT&S, Bhiwani. Gaurav Mittal, Director, Wyatt Communications - An alumnus of IIT -Roorkee and IIM-Lucknow, Gaurav spearheads the digital media strategy & execution at Wyatt. With over 16 years of experience, he was Vice President at Meritnation (Applect Learning Systems Pvt. Ltd.), the market leader in online learning for k12, with over 80% market share and 2 million active users. Prior to this, he was independently running his coaching class business for students aspiring for IIT and engineering.
  • 141. Key Members Manisha Srivastava, Regional Head - A finance graduate with specialisation in finance & management and nearly 10 years of experience, she has been associated with Wyatt Communications since the past 4 years. A business and personal finance writer, she has contributed to various leading newspapers and investment magazines. As an integral part of the research team at Wyatt and the western region head, she has helped various corporates develop strategic business documents in Mumbai and the Southern region. Nimish Dighe, Creative Director - Nimish has more than 16 years of experience in visual communication for corporate, marketing and investor communication projects, marketing communication and investor relation collaterals. His expertise lies in designing logos, brands collaterals, tabloid, books, coffee table book, magazines, films, marketing collaterals, investor relation tools as well as online website. He is involved with each client from the concept and template designing to the execution to the final delivery, the end result is not just good quality products but also very good working relationship with the clients. He has worked on some of the award winning annual reports and communication tools like company brochures, brand identity, coffee table books, websites designed for leading players in the industry. Renu Rangela, Principal Consultant - Renu is associated with Wyatt Communications since August 2007. She has 23 years of experience in the field of Media (Print & Television) and Communications and has a strong flair for clear and incisive writing. Her work profile includes conceptualizing and writing across Communication media, including Annual Reports, Brochures, Websites, Presentations, Advertisements, etc. In the Annual Report domain, her expertise lies in developing the positioning line & theme and other positioning pages and she has contributed to the writing of over 25 reports of some leading companies. Her extensive journalistic background has armed her with strong research and analytical skills that enables a quick grasp and understanding of diverse sectors and companies and fast turnaround of projects.
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  • 143. Thank you