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PRinIndia now on global public relations network list

13-February-2013
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PRinIndia now on global public relations network list

PRinIndia, a creative hub, has become the first Indian member of PR World Network, a group of international PR agencies started by New York-based PR firm, Lou Hammond.

PRinIndia is now on the global public relations network list of PR World Network, representing India with 18 other global agencies, connecting more than 50 countries.

Following a comprehensive selection process, PRinIndia acquired the membership in the elite group. Lou Hammond, Chairman and Founder, Lou Hammond and Associates, welcomed the organisation in the network and said, “We are thrilled to have PRinIndia as one of our global partners. We have associates in more than 50 countries, and now we will have presence in India too. It is the first Indian agency to make it on the list and it deserves being on it.”

Shivani Gupta, CEO, PRinIndia added here, “PRinIndia is one of the recognised PR firms in India, and now it is also known for its connectivity across many countries. We are moving towards global standards with our superlative standard of services, and hopefully, this association will help us make a mark all over the world.”

PRinIndia has a strong network in 160 cities in India and 19 countries around the globe, and more than 300 affiliates associated with the company.

Lou Hammond started the PR World Network to give independent and like-minded agencies a common platform to achieve their shared goals. Currently, the group has capabilities in more than 50 countries, including in Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East, North America and the Caribbean. PRinIndia will be a representative of this network in India. Additionally, the other members of the group will support PRinIndia in its global endeavours and prove its liaison in foreign land.

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