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Catalyst PR in search of investment partner to expand to North India

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Catalyst PR in search of investment partner to expand to North India

Chennai-based Catalyst Public Relations is seeking an investment partner with domain expertise and strong presence in Delhi and Mumbai to mentor and strategically invest for further business growth. The company plans to double its turnover from its present Rs 2 crore to Rs 4 crore by 2015-16. Catalyst PR, together with the strength and expertise of its partnering company aims to have a pan-India presence.

With a network of associate partners in Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Salem, Puducherry, Bangalore, Cochin and Hyderabad, Catalyst PR as a South Indian associate, extends its services to over 30 PR agencies in India.

Ramkumar Singaram, Founder-CEO, Catalyst PR said, “The services of Catalyst PR are currently confined only to South India. We are not able to help our clients with PR services in the Northern region. Hence Catalyst PR is looking for a partner to enhance mutual growth, leverage each others’ strengths and share domain knowledge and expertise. The company aims at extending its services to brands in North India, looking for visibility, growth and recognition in South India too. Similarly, we expect the collaboration to benefit our clients here in South with publicity needs in North India – the potential business that we are presently not able to tap.”

Catalyst’s clientele list includes CADD Centre, Naturals Family Salon, Eagle Diaries, Shriram Group,Campus Abroad, Gold Winner, SSN College of Engineering, Sri Sai Ram College of Engineering, Vels University, Pebbles Infotainment, Sangeeta Restaurant, Sakthi Masala.


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