A global communications and digital public relations agency focused on brand visibility and customer engagement. Our intelligent fusion of creativity and experience is key to helping teams enhance their leadership position while fostering a culture of innovation and collaboration. With an ability to shape the news cycle through the art of storytelling, we work with industry champions and thought leaders who benefit from the attention of journalists, online media, influencers and experts. Our clients enjoy the results of being at the forefront of today’s visual and digital culture.
Our values and DNA guide what we do and how we approach each initiative – the authentic art of brand engagement and storytelling in an environment that fosters collaboration and encourages diverse thinking while creating a culture of inclusion, opportunity and growth. We help clients achieve successful outcomes from intention to completion.
We are a Minority Business Enterprise, certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council with offices in New York, Chicago and Mumbai.
Gita is founder of her namesake public relations firm, GITAPR. Known for her understanding of the evolving media landscape and digital platform, she has masterfully executed international programs in the fields of luxury, business, design, fashion, hospitality, travel, real estate and philanthropy.Born and raised in Asia, Gita moved to the United States in the late 1970’s and studied business and communications at Loyola University of Chicago. She graduated magna cum laude in 1983 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and has attended Harvard Business School’s Executive Education Program. She is an avid reader, traveler, writer (keen follower of business and global trends), dancer and loves anything Indian! Based on the philosophy of karma, she believes in doing good.
PODCAST: AHow To Get Your Work Published Globally With Cindy Allen And Gita Mirchandani
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Thoughts on the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program