Campaign India Team
Jan 11, 2010

Balaji Telefilms appoints IPAN Hill & Knowlton

Balaji Telefilms has assigned its PR duties to IPAN Hill & Knowlton. Speaking about the development, Ekta Kapoor, joint managing director, Balaji Telefilms said, "We are pleased to have IPAN Hill & Knowlton as our Public Relations partner because of their extensive understanding of the corporate and strategic requirements for various businesses under the Balaji Telefilms umbrella. The agency’s experience in the entertainment sector is in perfect synergy with our communication objectives and will help us in achieving greater heights.”

Balaji Telefilms appoints IPAN Hill & Knowlton
Balaji Telefilms has assigned its PR duties to IPAN Hill & Knowlton.

Speaking about the development, Ekta Kapoor, joint managing director, Balaji Telefilms said, "We are pleased to have IPAN Hill & Knowlton as our Public Relations partner because of their extensive understanding of the corporate and strategic requirements for various businesses under the Balaji Telefilms umbrella. The agency’s experience in the entertainment sector is in perfect synergy with our communication objectives and will help us in achieving greater heights.”

Said Radhika Shapoorjee, President, IPAN Hill & Knowlton, "We are delighted to have been chosen as the Public Relations agency for Balaji Telefilms. This initiative is going to be very exciting for us as we would be deeply involved in the communications positioning of various business verticals at Balaji Telefilms."

 

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