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Madan Bahal to moderate a panel at the Global PR Summit at Miami

Madan Bahal, MD of Adfactors PR, India’s largest Independent Public Relations Agency will be moderating a panel discussion on Executive Leadership: The CEO’s Role in Corporate Reputation at the Global PR Summit being held at Miami on Wednesday 13th November, 2013.

Other speakers of the session include Pierre Goad, Global Co-Head of Communications at HSBC Holdings, Dr. Herbert Heitmann, Head of Communications and Government Relations, Bayer AG and Olga Podoinitsyna, Member of the Board and Global Head of Communications and Marketing at VTB Capital.

It is a great moment for Indian PR industry to be proud of as now the Indian PR leaders are not only recognized on the international communications platforms such as Global PR Summit but are also driving the course of discussions at such an elevated platform. The world is slowly taking cognizance of the communications power that Indian practitioners drive and the evolution of the Indian PR industry. We congratulate Mr. Bahal to represent us at this level and wish him all the best for a power packed insightful session.

More info on the same can be found on:

Keep watching this space on the complete coverage of the session.


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