Reby Abraham

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Reby Abraham

Locality: Mumbai Area, India
Summary: Senior Account Exc. at Madison Public Relation
Current: Senior Acct Exc. at Madison Public Relation
Past: Associate Consultant - PR at Hanmer MS&L
Education:  Fergusson College Electronics (2002-2005) 

Industry: Public Relations and Communications
Experience: Madison Public Relation (Public Relations and Communications industry): Senior Acct Exc.,  (July 2010-Present) 
Hanmer MS&L (Public Relations and Communications industry): Associate Consultant - PR,  (November 2008-May 2010) Joined the organisation as a Magt. 2008 Was involved with day to day backhand activities for clients and support ac...
Interests: digital PR, Consumer brands research study, social networking reading and adventure sports
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Stone-pelters, the villains in your commute - Speak Up - DNA

Reby Abraham, Sion. Only commuters should be allowed at stations I have witnessed stone-pelting while travelling. It happens in a fraction of a second.

What happened to pop-up ads? > afaqs! news & features

From Reby Abraham, Thu 26 Feb 2009 10:13:47 AM I think pop ups is an excellent story idea and its been well written. However I personally find these pop up ads really irritating!! Have a safe Diwali this year

... well-lit place, a safe distance from your home, where everyone can meet in the event of a fire. Remember, never return to a burning building for any reason. Text: Reby Abraham

Put a brake on that car, pedal your way up

Public relations executive Reby Abraham began cycling to get some exercise. "I ride from Sion to Wadala Five Garden and back. I want to increase my stamina and be fit.

Mumbai continues to strike the matchmaking pose - Mumbai - DNA

Media professional Reby Abraham still remembers how her friend in college, barely 18, refused to pose for single snaps because she was paranoid that one of those photos would fall ...