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Apollo International calls for a Public Relations pitch

13-May-2015
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Apollo International calls for a Public Relations pitch

Apollo International Limited has called for a Public Relations Pitch.

Through public relations, the company aims to reach  end-user audiences and stakeholders, which are the Logistics Industry on the whole and PE investors. Apollo International Limited (AIL) had started in 1994 as part of Apollo Group, to explore new business domains and exploit the opportunities offered by the Indian economy in post liberalization era.

Its businesses include Businesses Logistics, Tyre Marketing and Distribution, International Business,  and Leather.

The company’s expectations from .their PR agency include  establishing  ALS as one of the major players in the Logistics sector and  establishing  AIL/ALS as a professional organisation that will help the company  garner investment from various international and national funding agencies to invest in our future projects.

 

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