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Media Mantra partners with UAE-based BR Communications

24-June-2016
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Media Mantra partners with UAE-based BR Communications

Media Mantra has announced a strategic tie-up with UAE-based BR Communications to establish strong foothold in the international Media & PR industry and simultaneously provide leverage to clientele with robust PR and marketing solutions.

With this alliance, the organisation looks forward to cater to the growing demand of international audience by providing best-in-class Marketing and PR services/solutions, strengthening its expertise and establishing visibility at the global forefront.

“We are delighted to partner with BR Communications,” said Udit Pathak, Co-Founder & CEO, Media Mantra. “This is a remarkable phase for our company that will ensure a pleasant and seamless experience for clients who look forward to PR services in diverse sectors such as Government, IT, Retail, Real Estate, E-Commerce and more in UAE.” He further added, “This extended arm will efficiently and effectively help brands in branding and design, social media marketing and reputation management among other important PR offerings.”

Many companies in UAE and the Middle East are looking to reach out to potential clients in India in efforts to build brand awareness, client base, and seek other opportunities. Collaborating with Media Mantra provides us a gateway into the Indian media, marketing and PR landscape which we can share with our clients. We are pleased to be collaborating and look forward to working together,’’ commented Bahaa Fatairy, MD BR Communications

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