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Crosshairs Communication bags PR duties for A+ Medi Art & India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit 2016

24-September-2016
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Crosshairs Communication bags PR duties for A+ Medi Art & India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit 2016

Public Relations and social media agency, Crosshairs Communication has bagged the PR mandate for A+ Medi Art, a newly launched wellness facility and India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit 2016.

Crosshairs Communication will be taking care of its PR and social media needs.

On the other hand, The India Today group has also given the PR duties for its youth summit to Crosshairs Communication.

Stuti Jalan, founder, Crosshairs Communication said, “The team is very excited to be working on these prestigious accounts. India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit brings back the good memories of India Today Conclave and we hope to repeat the good show of garnering positive presence for the brand.” 

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