Campaign India Team
Feb 07, 2018

Madison PR appoints Madhu Chhibber as CEO

Replaces Paresh Chaudhry who moved on from the agency in December

Madison PR appoints Madhu Chhibber as CEO
Madison Public Relations has announced the appointment of Madhu Chhibber as CEO. Chhibber joins from Perfect Relations where she also held the CEO position. 
 
She will be based in the agency’s Mumbai office.
 
Sam Balsara, chairman, Madison World, said, “Whilst thanking Paresh Chaudhury for his committed stint of leading Madison PR for five years, I am delighted to have Madhu lead our very capable and experienced team as CEO of Madison PR. Am sure Madhu’s rich experience will add a lot of value to our clients’ PR plans.”
 
Chhibber said, “I'm excited to join Madison PR and look forward to partnering the immensely talented team at the Agency in delivering on our brand promise to our clients. I’m confident that as a team we will continue to enhance the knowledge assets of the agency, supporting clients with effective and compelling brand messaging.”
 
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