Campaign India Team
Nov 29, 2021

Srinivas Vunnava joins H+K India

Moves from Sacit Research and Consulting

Srinivas Vunnava
Srinivas Vunnava
Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) has appointed Srinivas (Srini) Vunnava as director of public affairs and government relations. He moves from Sacit Research and Consulting, where he was co-founder and MD.
 
Abhishek Gulyani, CEO, Hill+Knowlton Strategies India, said, “We are pleased to welcome Srinivas Vunnava as our new director of public affairs. Srini’s extensive experience with leading corporates as well as Central and State Government departments, multi-lateral and bilateral agencies, and policy think tanks adds strategic value and contributes immensely to our India growth story.”
 
Vunnava said, “I am very excited to be joining H+K India at a time when India is amidst systemic transformation. Businesses, especially foreign owned entities are seeking a trusted partner to help them mitigate risk, build reputation, and accelerate growth. I look forward to leveraging my experience and H+K’s impressive expertise to enhance clients’ business outcomes through an integrated communications and public affairs approach.”
 
Vunnava has also worked with IQVIA Public Health Consulting, Deloitte Consulting, Novartis, KPMG, Piramal Swasthya and Dr. Reddy's Foundation.
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Campaign India

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