Edelman expands India ops
India - Edelman is set to launch three new offices in India with the objective to meet the growing needs of clients.
Currently with offices in Bengaluru, Delhi, and Mumbai, the expansion will lead to offices in Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata from October.
New clients for the agency include Avaya, Business Software Alliance, British Airways, Crazeal by Groupon, JPSI, Red Bull and Nikon among others.
Moreover, recent client programmes supporting the Indian market entry of iconic brands such as Harley-Davidson, LinkedIn and Cadbury Kraft Foods’ Oreo and Tang have underscored the need for the agency to strengthen its presence in cities such as Chennai and Hyderabad, which are also major media and business hubs.
Robert Holdheim (pictured), managing director of Edelman India said it is hiring for the new offices, adding that the expansion is intended to service its existing client base as their focus shifts beyond the main metros.
David Brain, president and CEO of Edelman Asia Pacific, said the agency is furthering its commitment to the India market, reinforcing its position and standards in strategic and digital communications space in India.
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