Weber Shandwick Opens Indonesia Office
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Weber Shandwick Opens Indonesia Office

Weber Shandwick has expanded its Asia Pacific operations to include Indonesia, naming Praveen Randhawa, currently a senior consultant in Weber Shandwick’s Singapore office, as general manager, Jakarta.

Paul Holmes

JAKARTA—Weber Shandwick has expanded its Asia Pacific operations to include Indonesia, naming Praveen Randhawa, currently a senior consultant in Weber Shandwick’s Singapore office, as general manager, Jakarta.

“As the world’s fourth most populous country, the Indonesian market holds compelling prospects for our business and our clients,” says Harris Diamond, CEO of Weber Shandwick. Indonesia will be Weber Shandwick’s tenth market in the Asia Pacific region.

Before joining Weber Shandwick, Randhawa worked with the Permanent Mission of Singapore to the United Nations, as part of the team responsible for lobbying successfully for Singapore’s seat on the
United Nations’ Security Council.

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