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Media Mantra to offer Digital PR services to its clients

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Media Mantra to offer Digital PR services to its clients

Media Mantra has announced the expansion of PR services by introducing its digital wing. Starting off with their offering in social media and content marketing, the digital team will support the online reputation management of existing and new clients.

 The newly built team possess a vast range of expertise and talent including Graphic Designing, Research and Development, Creative Copywriters and Digital Accounting. It will help the clients to effortlessly integrate prolific marketing solutions into their business models, embracing the best-in-class PR strategies.

Pooja Pathak, Co-Founder & Director, Media Relations, Media Mantra, said, “We are glad to extend our services in the digital arena. The new digital ladder will certainly empower the team to heighten PR reach of our clients, elevating the growth of our organization.” She further added “With our digital team in forefront, we are more strengthened to provide a seamless integrated network of services to our clients, constructing and cultivating their image amongst their target audience.”         

Udit Pathak, Co-Founder and CEO, Media Mantra said, “With introducing our Digital wing, we will be able to elevate our capabilities in key areas and spur business growth. We aim, to expand and diversify our core teams to support this progressive growth. He further added “We thank the entire Media Mantra team for putting their best effort forward and hope to receive continuous support from them in future too.”

The digital team will scale according to the demands of the market to accommodate client needs. To reach out to a larger set of clients, Media Mantra intends to add more offerings in its digital wing in the coming Year – 2016.

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