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PR Solution India expands operation in Malaysia

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PR Solution India expands operation in Malaysia

PR Solution, a full service PR, IT and digital media company, has opened its office in Kuala Lumpur and Penang as part of its business effort to expand in Asia.

Speaking on the Malaysia foray, S Vijay Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, PR Solution said, “As Malaysia moves towards becoming a developed nation, our greater emphasis would be on the innovation projects and creating job opportunities which would serve as the engine of growth to propel and sustain the economy.”

Headed by Kumar, PR Solution aims to address the increasing needs of clients and the rising digital media market in Malaysia.

Rosy J, Vice President - Business Development (International), PR Solution said, “With information technology, digital marketing and social media management gaining significance, we feel that an innovation-driven country such as Malaysia would facilitate PR Solution in achieving the growth ambitions.”

PR Solution’s wide objective is to produce more employment opportunities for young IT and PR professionals of Malaysia.

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