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PR Pundit wins 7 new businesses in first quarter of 2015

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PR Pundit wins 7 new businesses in first quarter of 2015

PR Pundit has added seven new businesses to its portfolio of clients in the first quarter of 2015. All seven wins: BlaBlaCar, Camessi, GAP, Jindal Power Ltd.,, Sotheby’s International Realty and West Coast (Frozen Foods); further strengthen PR Pundit’s existing repertoire of clients across corporate, retail and consumer practices.

Archana Jain, Managing Director, PR Pundit commented, "We are truly excited to be the consultants of choice for such reputed brands and begin the year on a promising note.  Our clients look at us as powerful allies for their brand to help enlarge their circle of influence and shape perception.  We work well across start-ups as well as large-size domestic and transnational consumer facing organizations.  PR Pundit’s core value lies in its creative approach to public relations and a sincere commitment to exceed client expectation.  Today, our brand stands for creativity, credibility and commitment, and is respected for its quality work by clients and peers."

PR Pundit is the first PR agency to be appointed in India for BlaBlaCar and GAP.

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