Vivek Law, Hemant Batra Join Advisory Board Of The Pivotals

Award winning veteran business journalist Vivek Law and well known corporate lawyer Hemant Batra have joined the advisory board of India’s first Business Worries Outsourcing (BWO) firm The Pivotals. The Pivotals is founded by strategic communications consultant Pranshu Sikka

The firm will cater to the needs of enterprises that are looking
at an efficient and holistic stakeholder engagement platform to sustain or expand their businesses.

“Every business has multiple stakeholders like customers, dealers, employees, bankers, media etc. In this dynamic and globally connected world, it is imperative that enterprises reach out to and connect with each of these stakeholders through the messaging and medium which specifically caters to their needs. We offer solutions that can cover the entire spectrum of engagement while enterprises focus on their core business strengths”, the company said in an official release.

Commenting on the development, Vivek Law, senior business and finance journalist and the former editor of Bloomberg TV India, said, "We live in a global world. And with the advent of social media, communication for any business, too, has become global and multilateral. The need of the hour is to effectively communicate with all stakeholders. I am thrilled to offer guidance to The Pivotals which seeks to disrupt the current communication eco-system.”

Hemant K Batra an internationally acclaimed Corporate, Commercial and Business Strategist lawyer is the founder of global law firm Kaden Boriss. “We have handled some of the most high profile

Business Launches, M&As & Crisis Litigations. But in today’s day and age, unless you look at engagement as a holistic process and cater to each stakeholder, the chances of successfully turning a business around are minimal,” he said.

Pranshu Sikka, the founder of The Pivotals has over a decade of consulting experience in the areas of Stakeholder management, Strategic Brand Building, Crisis Communication, Public Relations & Journalism.

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