New Delhi :Gutenberg Communications, a global, strategic communications firm offering public and investor relations services, today announced that it has been selected by the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) to lead a communications campaign for “The Business and Entrepreneurship Summit” on November 6th, 2010 during President Barack Obama’s first State Visit to India. To be held in Mumbai, India, the conference will be hosted by the USIBC, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Confederation of Indian Industry.
Leveraging its strong experience in the U.S.-India corridor, Gutenberg Communications will handle communications on behalf of the USIBC for the summit. Over the last four years, Gutenberg Communications has partnered with the USIBC to raise visibility of its events including an exclusive luncheon for the Honorable Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh hosted in the U.S. last year.
“The U.S-India Business Council is pleased to partner with Gutenberg Communications for The Business and Entrepreneurship Summit in India –President Barack Obama’s first visit with the business community in India,” said Ron Somers, President of USIBC. “Gutenberg has consistently provided invaluable communications insight to the USIBC. Having successfully managed several of our events, we look forward to working together on this momentous occasion and to deepening commercial ties between the U.S. and India. “
“We are delighted to work with the USIBC and to join efforts that strengthen the U.S-India relationship in the public and private sectors. By raising awareness of The Business and Entrepreneurship Summit, we can highlight the synergy and entrepreneurial spirit shared between both countries. We look forward to President Obama’s address to the summit and the increased economic collaboration between both India and the United States” said Harjiv Singh Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Gutenberg Communications.
Headquartered in New York, Gutenberg Communications has offices in London, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad, as well as Silicon Valley and Boston.