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Sampark PR adds three clients to its kitty

22-September-2007
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Sampark PR adds three clients to its kitty

Sampark Public Relations has won three new accounts -- Citymax, Bluefrog, and Writer Communications. Commenting on the achievement, N S Rajan, Managing Director, Sampark PR, said, “We are very happy with the recent developments. We have been preferred over others because we adopt a holistic, 360-degree approach in all our communications.”

Rajan further said, “We constantly strive to create value for our clients. With the strengthening of our top management, we are confident of meeting and surpassing our client expectations.”

Citymax, a part of Dubai-based 'Landmark group' and known for its 'Lifestyle' chain of retail stores in India, aims at redefining the hospitality landscape in India. Blue Frog, a global concept born in Mumbai, is aimed at breaking new ground in creation, production and distribution of music through people, technology, sound and innovation from around the world. Writer Corporation offers solutions for business services, cash and asset management, data management, and infrastructure development.

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