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Hyde Park Communications in strategic tie-up with Integral PR

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Hyde Park Communications in strategic tie-up with Integral PR

Hyde Park Communications, a strategic communications firm headquartered in Washington, has joined hands with Integral PR in the US. As part of the tie-up, Hyde Park Communications will be representing Integral PR in the areas of public affairs, financial communications and public relations. On the other hand, Integral PR will look after the client interests of Hyde Park in India.

Well established across various industries, Hyde Park Communications provides expertise in financial services and pharmaceuticals sectors. The firm’s strategic communication services also include investor relations, crisis management, media relations, corporate communications and employee communications.

Integral PR has been instrumental in helping business concerns understand how, when and where to make their presence felt to optimise their potential. The firm helps in developing the brand equity of clients in domains like media, government, the world of business and finance and finally the consumer.

Integral PR has expertise in media relations, incidence management, investor communication and strategic brand enforcement.


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