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Crosshairs Communication bags PR and SM mandate for SENS, Ski India

14-May-2016
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Crosshairs Communication bags PR and SM mandate for SENS, Ski India

Public relations and social media agency Crosshairs Communication, has bagged two new PR and Social Media accounts. The new accounts are SENS –anti-ageing wellness centre (an initiative of the WAVE group) and Ski India –indoor snow and ski park.

Crosshairs Communication executed a successful and grand media launch for both the ambitious projects this month.

Crosshairs Communication extends its services to a wide range of brands and entities ranging from lifestyle, fashion, luxury, F&B to corporate enterprises and more. For both the brands, the agency is developing strong communication campaigns that will ultimately lead to footfalls and offer instant brand connect. Going forward, Crosshairs Communication will be organising special bloggers campaigns and other interesting engagements with the audience, as part of its social media exercise.

On bagging these accounts, Stuti Jalan, Founder, Crosshairs Communication said, “We always strive to build an effective PR strategy by starting with a competitive industry research. Thereafter, we create a unique messaging, identify correct target groups, launch social media discussions and clearly define our campaign goals. I am very excited to be associated with SENS and Ski India, and look forward to a fruitful relationship in the future as well.”

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