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Crosshairs Communication bags Ferrari India account

07-February-2017
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Crosshairs Communication bags Ferrari India account

Crosshairs Communication, the boutique Public Relations and Social Media firm, has bagged a prestigious PR assignment for Ferrari India. The Italian luxury sports car maker sealed the deal with Crosshairs Communication after evaluating several pitches from other reputed agencies.

Headquartered in Delhi, Crosshairs Communication specializes in public relations, communications, brand strategy, event management, social media, and more.

On bagging this account, Stuti Jalan Sureka, Founder, Crosshairs Communication, said: “Our PR expertise spans across diverse industries, and are proud to serve a broad range of esteemed companies and brands in each of these sectors. The team is very excited to take charge of this iconic brand and help Ferrari tap the maximum potential in the marketplace. We hope to be a part of the brand’s exponential growth story.”

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