Campaign India Team
Jul 28, 2008

Corporate Voice|Weber Shandwick appoints Barodawala as its GM, Mumbai

Corporate Voice|Weber Shandwick has appointed Nazneen Barodawala as its general manager, Mumbai. Barodawala (pictured) has been with the company since January 2001. In her new role, she will head the organization and oversee all its business units in Mumbai.Barodawala's earlier experience includes handling FII's in the Securities & Custodial Services at Deutsche Bank, Mumbai for over two years. In addition, she has been associated with financial companies such as Tata Finance and Mani Investments.

Corporate Voice|Weber Shandwick appoints Barodawala as its GM, Mumbai

Corporate Voice|Weber Shandwick has appointed Nazneen Barodawala as its general manager, Mumbai. Barodawala (pictured) has been with the company since January 2001. In her new role, she will head the organization and oversee all its business units in Mumbai.

Barodawala's earlier experience includes handling FII's in the Securities & Custodial Services at Deutsche Bank, Mumbai for over two years. In addition, she has been associated with financial companies such as Tata Finance and Mani Investments.

Shiv Reddy, Chief Executive, Corporate Voice|Weber Shandwick said, "Nazneen has been a key manager for us since 2001, has done great work for her clients, is an energetic leader, and a great people manager. She has all the right credentials to lead.She is an outstanding communications professional whose rich experience and expertise has given our integrated communications campaigns remarkable business results. Her astute skill in strategy development, training sessions, business developments, operations and resource management makes her the undisputed choice for the coveted role. At Corporate Voice|Weber Shandwick, we believe in delivering only the best to our clients. With her expertise in such a wide variety of sectors, we are confident that we will continue to do so."

Barodawala said, "I am truly delighted at this opportunity in such a dynamically growing region. This new role and position comes at a time when we at Corporate Voice|Weber Shandwick have been growing rapidly. Our market-by-market understanding of the cultural, commercial, political and media environment, matched with unrivalled expertise from Weber Shandwick's worldwide network, ensures that we remain competitive in both our local markets and on a global scale."

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Campaign India

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