Campaign India Team
Dec 12, 2017

Paresh Chaudhry quits as Madison PR CEO

He has been the CEO of Madison PR for nearly six years

Paresh Chaudhry quits as Madison PR CEO

Madison PR CEO Paresh Chaudhry has quit the agency. He had joined Madison PR in June 2012 after PR veteran Veena Gidwani retired from the agency.

In his 25 years in the PR and communications space, Chaudhry has been a corporate communications professional for the bulk of his career, working with conglomerates like Reliance Industries to FMCG giant Hindustan Unilever, pharma biggies Ranbaxy, SmithKline Beecham and Wockhardt Hospitals. 

Madison World chairman Sam Balsara confirmed the development. Chaudhry told Campaign India, "It’s been a satisfying 5+ reputation led years. Built the largest fmcg or practice. Passionate teams. Corporate beckons," hinting that he would be moving away from the agency business and re-entering the world of corporate communications. 

An MBA (Marketing) with a Public affairs diploma from Hong Kong University, Chaudhry is the founder president of the Indian Forum Of  Corporate Communicators (IFCC).

 

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Campaign India

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