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Crosshairs Communication bags the PR mandate for Hyatt Place, Gurgaon/ Udyog Vihar

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Crosshairs Communication bags the PR mandate for Hyatt Place, Gurgaon/ Udyog Vihar

Public Relations and Social Media agency Crosshairs Communication has bagged the mandate for Hyatt Place, Gurgaon/ Udyog Vihar, which is the first Hyatt Place in Gateway City of India. The brand Hyatt Place is an upscale business hotel which offers friendly hospitality, smart and stylishly designed with hi-tech modern environment.

Sumit Goyal, General Manager, Hyatt Place Gurgaon/Udyog Vihar said, “We are delighted to have on board, Crosshairs Communication as our official PR agency. Crosshairs Communication is one of the most reputed and well established PR firms in India. I am sure our association with them will help grow the brand and we look forward to working with them closely.”

Speaking about the association, Stuti Jalan, Managing Director, Crosshairs Communication, said, “Crosshairs has always looked forward to challenges and as an agency we have always tried to deliver more than what is expected from us. With Hyatt Place, the challenge will be to educate media about the brand, which is different from any other Hyatt property and to develop a media approach that attracts both leisure and business travelers.”



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