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Who are the leading women in Corporate Communications in India? Learn about the influential women who are building the image of their companies!
Who are the top 10 leading women In Corporate Communications in India?
Have you heard the term corporate communications? Have you ever wondered what is the job of a corporate communicator?
Corporate communication is a method or means of communication that involves interactions and information sharing with the public, employees, and customers. The task of a corporate communicator is to share information about a company with the public effectively.
And to do so, a corporate communicator has to plan how the information will be distributed and via what mediums. Sometimes they use newsletters, reports, media releases, promotional material, websites, and other digital content.
The ultimate job of a corporate communicator is to maintain the balance of interaction between internal and external matters of a company, and by maintaining its public image.
Indian women in positions of power in the corporate sector are amazing and hard-working and inspirations. This March, we are going to highlight the achievements of women from different industries!
Here is a list of the leading women in Corporate Communications in India.
Head of Communication & Sustainability, Nutrition & Special Projects, Hindustan Unilever Ltd.
Deepa Dey has over 25 years of experience in corporate communications. Recently, she received the prestigious e4m Women Achievers Lifetime Achievement Award, in 2022
Senior Vice President & Global Head of Communications & Corporate Brand, Biocon Group & Biocon Biologics.
With a career spanning over 27 years, Seema has played a critical role in reputation management & Corporate Brand PR for various leading publicly listed companies in the Hospitality, Pharma, Life sciences and Biotech sectors.
Senior VP, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs, BYJU’s.
Listed as one of the top 100 most influential communicators globally by PRovoke Media in 2022, Paroma is an expert in reputation management, executive branding, crisis communication and advocacy.
VP & Country Group Head, Communications, Bayer.
With over 25 years of experience, Rachana has been leading her role in Marketing, Communications & Public Affairs. She recently received the ‘Mentor of the year in Corporate Communications 2022.
VP, Global Communications and Public Affairs, Google Asia Pacific.
A regular speaker at both local and global industry forums on crisis communications, public affairs and measurement, Meenu’s bag is full of various prestigious awards that she has won over the last 30 years.
VP, Marketing and Communications, Ericsson.
With over 25 years of work experience in Marketing and Corporate Communications spanning different industries, Ruchika Batra and her team are leading the 5G revolution for Ericsson India.
VP & Head – Corporate Communications, TATA SIA Airlines Ltd.
With over 25 years of experience, Rashmi Soni specializes in driving communications strategies in ITthe /Telecom and aviation industries.
Executive Director, Communications, GE
Over the last 25 years, Gayatri has led storytelling, branding, and communications in India and Asia for several brands including Microsoft, GE Capital, and Oracle
Head, Corporate Communications, Adani Group
Along with a rich and insightful experience in helping organizations across global environments, to work through change and achieve growth, she is an active member of the prestigious Arthur W Page Society.
Head, Enterprise Communications, Dell
With a passion for creative thinking to help build image equity for brands in the B2B and B2C space, Shobha has 20 years of experience. She also won the ‘Communicator of the Year’, in 2022.
Women in positions of power, not only set an example and break taboos, they pave the path for future achievers. Do you know someone who is an achiever and pathfinder in your life? This March, thank them for stepping up for their dreams and ambition!
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