New Delhi: Boutique communications firm, Seraphim Communications (Seraphim), has set up its first office in New Delhi, India, with its extensive service offerings in the field of strategic communications. The specialized firm begins its operations today with international clients in the field of education, pharma, defence, consumer goods and broadcasting.
The company is spearheaded by Founder & CEO Sunanda Rao-Erdem, who draws upon her expertise in the field of media and journalism developed after decades of experience as a communications consultant and editor in India and Europe. Prior to this venture, Sunanda led the New Delhi operations of a German strategic communications consultancy, CNC Communications and Network, which is part of the French conglomerate, Publicis Groupe.
Sunanda shares, “This is an exciting time for us, especially when businesses are exposed to such a dynamic communications landscape. Through years of experience in serving international clients based on their communications requirements in India, ranging from corporate positioning to crisis management, we are strong advocators of strategic communications in the Indian PR space.”
From its first office situated in South Delhi, Seraphim offers a wide range of service offerings: corporate communications, brand communications, public & corporate affairs, crisis communications, digital communications, analysis & reporting, in addition to media & crisis training. Decades of experience gathered by its senior consultants is based on a solid foundation of honesty, credibility, hard-work and efficiency.
“It is our endeavor to balance our offerings – building on a foundation of traditional PR and media relations activities on one hand, and engaging the new age tactics such as simulated trainings and social media tools on the other. We also bring in expertise to introduce internationally set guidelines in the field of PR and communications such as the Barcelona Principles. That is why our clients and stakeholders trust us to care of their holistic communication requirements. We pride ourselves in the fact that clients think of us as advisors or even an extension of their internal corporate communications teams,” Sunanda further shares.