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Speakers deliberate on social media’s influence on PR

 The Bhubaneswar Chapter of Public Relations Society of India (PRSI) today organised a symposium here where the speakers discussed on the use and influence of social media on public relations profession.

Bhubaneswar Centre Head of Tata Consultancy Services Manoj Kumar Panda, BIMTECH Director Parameswar Nayak and social media expert and Founder of Foreantech Ankur Mishra discussed various aspects of social media in the symposium.

PRSI members who include corporate communication and PR professionals of various companies in Odisha, students of different mass communication institutions and faculty members participated in the programme, which was organised in association with Leonis Innovators, a start up company.

PRSI’s Bhubaneswar Chapter Chairman Amar Jyoti Mohapatra welcomed the speakers and briefed about PRSI and its activities, while thanking the members for making PRSI the biggest communication forum in Odisha.

Leonis Innovators Director Lambodar Prasad Das discussed about the objective of the programme, while PRSI’s Bhubaneswar Chapter Vice-Chairman Bibhudatta Mahapatra presented vote of thanks.


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