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In terms of our 'Totally Transparent' approach, clients and prospects have responded extremely positively to this new way of procuring and receiving PR services, where we are able to guarantee both the inputs and the output of our work.
William Mills Agency, the largest independent public relations and content marketing firm specializing in the financial industry, has announced that it will provide PR services to BankLabs, the company said.
The company's aim is to provide mobile app developers with professional Marketing and PR services designed to help them get their apps noticed, increase sales & generate media buzz.
This will include a music video or showreel, stylist for the day, photo shoot, recording time at Parr Street studios, management opportunities, and PR services.
They are freelance people or firms offering PR services to help promote businesses, products and services in print, online, radio and TV.
Bridge Global Strategies is known for its PR services for startups, and for help to overseas companies with US market entry.
And why was PS100,000 paid for PR services when the club's name has never been blackened so much?
Dunkley said: "Kelly and I formed Tonic Communications as we wanted to offer affordable national PR services from our regional bases.
Currently employing more than 300 PR professionals, Action offers a full range of PR services and its clientele includes a number of multinational corporations, many of whom are considered international leaders in their respective fields.
Shawkat Shami Fine Jewelry Salon and AGA Profess Graphics signed an agreement to provide all the necessary advertising and PR services that the salon will need.
21 September 2009 - Swedish PR services provider Cision AB (STO: CSN) said that the UK Office of Fair Trading (OFT) had approved the sale of its UK print-monitoring operations to sector firm Durrants Ltd.
Summary: As the market is passing through slow times big business groups are banking more on PR services to make up for their lost profits.