EPG Team - Sanjiv Singh
Sector:

Education, Government Affairs, Media, Startups and Technology

Practice Area:

Market Entry Advisory, Strategic Communications, Corporate Event

Sanjiv Singh

Senior Manager – Communications

Delhi

More than 20-year career in public relations including at Weber Shandwick, with a demonstrated history of working in public relations and communications. Responsible for media relations, business development, celebrity events, planning and strategic alliances, event management, product launches, corporate communications, coalition building and market research.

Current and past clients include India’s Agriculture Ministry, JNTVTI (TATA Group), HCL Infosystems, Dabur India, Times Internet (Times of India), GMR Group, Skoda India, Caparo India, Tenon Group,  PepsiCo India (Nimbooz, 7UP, Mirinda), SRS Group, UB Group (McDowell’s No.1 , Antiquity), Mahindra Group Companies, Mahindra 2 Wheelers (Launch of Duro DZ), Hotel Tarus, TaxSpanner, DCM Sriram Industries Ltd., HOMAI (Hologram Manufacture Association Of India), RAH Infotech, Wiesner Worldwide Kreations, Asian Saga, G’FIVE Mobile, G-Cube and Go Tech.

RELEVANT INSIGHT

13 May 2019
UK, Indian Blockchain Experts gather for the Digital India Blockchain Conference 2019

The Digital India Blockchain Conference which took place on May 11th turned out to be a success with global experts gathering with the core community in Bangalore for a day filled with captivating discussions. Heading speakers included Shiv Agarwal, Founder of EarthId and President of the Government Blockchain Association, Vijetha Shastry from NASSCOM, Gnana Lakshmi […]

02 Jun 2020
Leadership at University during Covid-19 pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted the higher education sector in India. Institutions as well as students are under pressure to not lose academic time. There is an urgent need to re-invent teaching and learning methodologies. EPG, in partnership with Ansal University, recently organised a webinar on “Leadership at University during Covid-19 pandemic”. The agenda was to discuss the […]

04 Oct 2017
India is missing a huge export opportunity in education

The Association of Indian Universities’ annual survey of international students in India last month made for sober reading. While India has 30,423 international students in its universities, a fall from the previous year, China has nearly 450,000 and is anticipated to grow at more than ten per cent annually.