Campaign India Team
Mar 20, 2023

Weber Shandwick gets Deepak Kanulkar and Subir Moitra

Kanulkar’s last full-time stint was with Skeiron Group, while Moitra was with Dentsu Creative India

Weber Shandwick gets Deepak Kanulkar and Subir Moitra
Weber Shandwick India has announced the appointment of Deepak Kanulkar and Subir Moitra. 
 
Kanulkar will be head of policy advocacy and public affairs of Powell Tate, India, while Moitra is head of media relations, Weber Shandwick India. 
 
Prior to this, Moitra was director - PR at Dentsu Creative India, while Kanulkar’s last full-time stint was with Skeiron Group, where he was strategic advisor. 
 
Valerie Pinto, CEO, Weber Shandwick India, said, “Solving for business challenges closely aligned to C-Suite advisory is the next inflection for the future of the industry. With the appointment of Deepak and Subir, we have further solidified our India leadership team to consult and execute effective solutions for our clients. Being thoroughbred professionals, their expertise will definitely enhance our growth story in India and I am excited and looking forward to working with them.”
 
Kanulkar comes with over 26 years of experience across companies like Cipla, Bombay Chamber of Commerce, Hinduja Group, Coca-Cola and Tata AIG, among others. With over two decades of experience, Moitra has been associated with companies like Pratt & Whitney, Thinkthrough Consulting and KPMG India, among others. 
 
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