She will focus on expanding the organisation's experiential marketing and IP portfolio
Marketing solutions provider to handle integrated communications mandate
Manish Porwal, CEO, Percept Talent Management has quit. January 7, 2010 was his last day in the company. Porwal confirmed the development to Campaign India."Yes, I've quit, but I cannot share more details right now," he said. Porwal has spent exactly two years with the company, prior to which, he was with Starcom Mediavest Group.He will, however, continue to be associated with the company in an advisory role. Porwal's exit comes soon after Vinita Bangard, COO, Percept Talent Management put in her papers. Bangard is understood to be taking a break.
M S Dhoni has the strongest persuasion power amongst brand ambassadors, states findings from CelebTrack - the joint study by Percept Talent Management and Hansa Research.
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