News: Weber Shandwick names Nikhil Dey as Vice Chair for India operations

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Weber Shandwick names Nikhil Dey as Vice Chair for India operations

Nikhil Dey will be focusing on shaping the firm’s employee experience, strengthening existing client relationships and creating opportunities for global clients in India.
Weber Shandwick names Nikhil Dey as Vice Chair for India operations

Global communications and marketing solutions firm Weber Shandwick has Nikhil Dey as Vice Chair of the firm’s India operations. Nikhil’s focus will be on shaping the firm’s employee experience, strengthening existing client relationships and creating opportunities for global clients in India.

Baxter Jolly, CEO of Weber Shandwick Asia Pacific stated, “With Nikhil’s depth of knowledge and experience, we aim to significantly grow our talent base, revenue streams and continue to lead with a client-first approach to deliver stronger and higher value to our clients. We are also tremendously proud of our achievements in India under Valerie’s leadership and are extremely bullish on our potential in the India market. We believe this combination of strengths will be unbeatable in the market and will enable us to grow significantly in India.”

Nikhil will be part of the firm’s India leadership board, working with senior leadership across the APAC region– including Valerie Pinto, CEO of Weber Shandwick India. 

Pinto also added that building Weber Shandwick as a strong employer brand with a work environment that attracts the best talent to our profession is an integral part of the firm’s growth strategy in India. Nikhil, with his unmatched knowledge and expertise will help the firm further build the culture of creativity and collaboration. 

Prior to Weber Shandwick, Nikhil has worked with Genesis Burson-Marsteller for 8 years and was at the top helm from 2016 to 2019. Before that, he also worked as Vice President of Corporate Communications for Fiat India.

Image Credits: PR Week

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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