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PROI selects three new partners from Malaysia, Turkey and Dubai

Author | exchange4media News Service | Saturday, Jun 14,2008 8:41 AM

PROI selects three new partners from Malaysia, Turkey and Dubai

The management board of Public Relations Organization International (PROI) has announced the selection of three new partner agencies based in Malaysia, Turkey and Dubai.

“This is a significant development for the India and Asia-Pacific regions given the synergies that it holds with the Middle East, resulting from the growing cross-border investments and trade,” said Sharif D Rangnekar, Vice-President (Asia Pacific), for PROI, and CEO and Director, Integral PR, New Delhi.

“With these additions, we now have 50 partners around the globe,” said PROI President Bill Carlson, who is also President of Florida-based Tucker/Hall, Inc. He made the statement after partner agencies attended PROI’s annual meeting in Beijing from May 22-26. “We are very proud of the strong network we have established over the years. Our partners are the best in their markets. Through the network we're able to help clients on a global basis,” Carlson said.

Malaysian Perception Management International SDN BHD, led by Founder and Group CEO Millicent Danker, offers a global virtual network of multi-ethnic senior professionals from emerging markets and provides a regional hub in Kuala Lumpur, offering cost-effective off-shoring support and solutions to the international client portfolio.

Turkish ZEGO Communication Strategies Ltd, headquartered in Istanbul, under the presidency of Zeynep Gogus, provides integrated communication services in areas like strategic communication consultancy, European Union affairs, research, and education consultancy.

Dubai-based Active Public Relations & Marketing Communications Consultancy, led by Managing Directors Louay Al-Samarrai and Sawsan Ghanem, provides strategic public relations and marketing consultancy based on its experience of the region, its diversity and the need for realistic and achievable communications plans that reflect the marketing budgets of today.

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