Anjula works with numerous PR companies as a consultant for key brands which include: Jackpot Joy, Speedo, Mikado, Rolo, TK Maxx, Garnier, Bodyform, Knowthenet, DVLA, Sure, Clairol, Sainsbury, Morrisons, Thorntons, Warner Brothers, Velvet, Wickes, Vodafone, Braun… to name but a few.
Anjula gave a talk at the London Design Museum on the fascinating topic of Love and friendship in a networked world… a 21st Century phenomenon that affects us all.
Anjula conducted an eye-opening piece of research examining the attitudes and aspirations of young women in the 21st Century, producing a psychological and sociological paper on behalf of Tia Lusso – “The Ladette is Dead. Long Live the Noughty Girl” – published in 2003.
Anjula was invited to be the relationship expert on a twelve part series for the BBC World Service, working with 12 very different couples, and advising on strategies for managing and maintaining positive relationships. Out of her interest in and research on Cultural Diversity, Anjula was offered the opportunity to make and present “Diversity Works” for Radio 4. This programme went down a storm and made pick of the week.