Campaign India Team
Sep 22, 2016

Gutenberg Communications names Radha Radhakrishnan country head

She was with Wipro Limited in her last assignment

Gutenberg Communications names Radha Radhakrishnan country head
Gutenberg Communications has announced that Radha Radhakrishnan has joined the company as country head for India.
 
Harjiv Singh, CEO and co-founder Gutenberg Communications, said, “I am delighted to have Radha join as part of our global leadership team to lead our India business. She brings a unique strategic perspective to communications and understands the evolving digital landscape and global nature of communications. Radha will lead our aggressive growth and expansion plans for India and will work closely with our clients across our five offices in India. Additionally, she will integrate with our US and UK teams on global multi-geography clients.”
 
Prior to Gutenberg, Radhakrishnan was with Wipro Limited handling corporate communications.  She has also worked with the Azim Premji Foundation and Azim Premji University, leading the communications and engagement function. 
 
“I have witnessed Gutenberg’s stellar growth as a former client over the last 12 years. The communications industry is witnessing a rapid evolution, with digital at the center of every marketing need. At Gutenberg, storytelling is at the core of our approach to being a digitally integrated communications firm. I am excited to work with our clients and teams,” said Radhakrishnan.
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Campaign India

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