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PR Professionals opens its new office in Noida

20-September-2016
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PR Professionals opens its new office in Noida

PR Professionals (PRP) recently opened their new office in Noida. The sixth branch office of the organisation was inaugurated by Anuj Dayal, Executive Director of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation.

 Hailing the efforts of PR Professionals’ Managing Director, Dayal said that Public relations and image building is of far more importance and it creates more value for an organisation than advertisement campaigns do. “The story of PRP’s rise in the PR sector is a story of inspiration for one and all. I wish the entire team for success in its future endeavours,” said Dayal.

 It may be noted that it is the second unit of PRP, opened this year. Earlier, its Lucknow branch was opened in April this year.  PRP has been a go to agency for people in real estate and education sectors. It has also managed public and media relations in many other sectors also and been at the forefront in popularising various government initiatives like Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao.

PR Professionals was recently awarded ‘Excellence Award’ 2016 by The Institute of Economics, New Delhi. Sarvesh Tiwari, Managing Director, PR Professionals was also conferred the ‘Udyog Rattan Award’ by The Institute of Economic Studies for his exemplary contribution in the field of Public Relations and Communications. 

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