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SPAG partners with Worldcom Public Relations Group

13-July-2016
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SPAG partners with Worldcom Public Relations Group

SPAG, a full-service Public Relations, Government Affairs and Social media consultancy announced partnership with Worldcom Public Relations Group, a leading global partnership of independent firms. With SPAG’s expertise in offering bespoke services and strategies, and innovative practices, the partnership will bolster Worldcom’s footprint in India as well as the South-East Asia market.

Aman Gupta, Managing Partner, SPAG said, “It is an opportunity for us to strengthen our position in the global market by providing effective, strategic solutions to communication needs of companies. As a specialist consultancy with recognised work in healthcare, pharmaceuticals and medical devices sectors, we aspire to serve the diverse needs of the market with collaborative solutions through this partnership.”

With experience driven know-how of the communications industry, the partnership with the WorldcomGroup will also provide an opportunity for peer-to-peer networking and mentoring, said Gupta.

The Worldcom Group welcomed the new partners in Brussels, at the successful completion of its global meeting. The partnership which brings on board varied skill sets, competence and knowledge of the public relations and communications industry will help deliver world-class results with positive business impact for its clients.

Welcoming the new partners, Todd Lynch, Managing Director, Worldcom Public Relations Group said, “We’re fortunate to welcome partners who not only help round out our geographic presence but bring expertise and skills that reflect our industry today and where it’s headed in the coming years. These qualities allow our partners to serve any existing client need and to create collaborative opportunities to seek and serve the communications needs of companies globally.”

Other partners added to the Worldcom group include Curve Communications (Vancouver), European Service Network (ESN) (Brussels), and ZAGAR Communications (Myanmar).

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