LinOpinion|GH wins two new PR mandates

LinOpinion|GH, the PR division of Lowe Lintas + Partners, has won the PR brief for British Council, UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities for India, in a mulit-agency pitch.

The mandate is "to assist British Council in India to develop strategic communication routes and create consistent visibility for the organization. The consultancy will also help effectively communicate knowledge sharing and collaboration of best practices between India and the UK", and will be run from the Delhi office.

Commenting on the win, Ameer Ismail, Executive Director, LinOpinion GH and Lowe Lintas + Partners said, “We are delighted to partner with a coveted brand like British Council. Cultural relations and exchange is at the core of international relations and so important to both India and the UK".

LinOpinion|GH also announced their new PR partnership with Plastindia Foundation.

The ninth International Plastics Exhibition and Conference will be on February 5th-10th 2015 in Gandhinager, Gujarat.

As their communications partner, LinOpinion|GH will be predominately tasked with promoting Plastindia 2015.

The event, which includes a 2 day international conference featuring leaders from the Plastics Industry, will be attended by 150,000 business visitors and 2,000 prominent exhibitors from 40 nations.

J.R. Shah, Chairman of National Executive Council, Plastindia Foundation said: “Plastindia 2012 Exhibition received a stupendous response. The event has emerged as a landmark in the Asian region, and has become a one-stop solution for all the needs of the Plastic Industry offering products and solutions across the value chain.  We are excited by the energy and insights that LinOpinion|GH bring on board.”

Commenting on the new business win, Kavita Lakhani, President, LinOpinion|GH said, “The Plastindia Exhibition has acquired the stature of a huge global platform and is the most significant plastics related event that showcases the opportunities in a developing nation. Players in the Plastics Industry have made huge and committed investments in people, state-of-the-art-infrastructure, systems and technology to serve the customer and economy better. We look forward to working with Plastindia Foundation to support this world-class exhibition that will provide a window to the latest technology, innovation, processes, products, responsible plastics management, recycling and a whole host of related aspects of the plastics industry.”

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