Perfect Relations

India - Delhi

Perfect Relations

Logo Perfect RelationsPerfect Relations has been in the forefront of the public relations and public affairs arena in the South Asian markets for almost two decades. Widely regarded as the pioneer of public relations in India, Perfect Relations has relentlessly championed the industry growth, developed new markets, created new service benchmarks, and introduced innovative services and practices that meet the ever changing client needs in this part of the world.

Perfect Relations has dominated one of the fastest growing and increasingly important global markets – India, with its largest network of offices spread across 18 locations, 408 domain experts handling clientele across the services and automobiles sector, technology, financial services and infrastructure verticals. Led by a young and dynamic CEO, Ms. Valerie Pinto, the agency specializes in public relations, public affairs, content and collateral development, media and crisis management workshops, investor relations, CSR programs and digital PR.

Some of the key clients of the agency include fortune 500 giants and Indian superbrands such as – Coca Cola, Tourism New Zealand, AIG, Franklin Templeton, Diageo, Mercedez Benz, Fiat, Skoda, Godrej Group, Marico, Google, Ebay, Shoppers Stop.

The Perfect Relations group is owned by India’s Image Guru, Mr. Dilip Cherian – consulting partner and Mr. Bobby Kewalramani – group CEO and has 3 other group companies Buzz (entertainment sector), Imprimis (pharma and healthcare) and Image Inc. (infrastructure).

Bobby Kewalramani – Group CEO, Perfect Relations: “In an increasingly flat world, clients have ever changing needs, want access to new markets, are looking for innovative value additions to their businesses and want to be in sync with global trends. We believe that by partnering PRGN, we will derive the multiple benefits of reach, best practice sharing and trend mapping for our clients. At the same time, we will arm the network members, with similar advantages in the Indian subcontinent. We are very glad to be part of the PRGN network.”