Campaign India Team
Feb 15, 2010

Fleishman-Hillard appoints Megha Sharma

In a bid to expand its India footprint, communications consultancy Fleishman-Hillard has recently opened a New Delhi office, in addition to its Mumbai premises. To lead the new office, the company has roped in Megha Sharma (pictured) as vice president. She joins from Euro RSCG PR & Events.

Fleishman-Hillard appoints Megha Sharma

In a bid to expand its India footprint, communications consultancy Fleishman-Hillard has recently opened a New Delhi office, in addition to its Mumbai premises. To lead the new office, the company has roped in Megha Sharma (pictured) as vice president. She joins from Euro RSCG PR & Events.

Commented Dave Senay, president and chief executive officer of Fleishman-Hillard, “India is one of the most dynamic countries for business today, as companies that are looking for growth increasingly look to India. Our 2009 “New Asian Champions” survey indicated that smart companies in India are building and sustaining a good corporate reputation because they know it’s a competitive differentiator in a market that attracts investment and sees significant consumer spend."

The new office offers services that include CEO communications, corporate reputation counsel, media training, messaging workshops, communications audits and crisis and issues management.

“Megha Sharma’s proven New Delhi track record in corporate reputation building, technology and consumer communications make her the ideal person to lead our team,” said Lynne Anne Davis, Fleishman-Hillard’s regional president, Asia Pacific. “With a fast growing office like New Delhi, we’re continuing to search for additional talent. Megha’s ability to build a strong team and her focus on client service will serve our clients and our network well.”

Sharma began her McCann Erickson in Mumbai and later on joined their office in New Delhi. She has worked for  The Boston Consulting Group, United Technologies, Lacoste, Juniper Networks, Tellabs, Hertz and The Oberoi Group.

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