Kashmir professionals form Press PR

‘Will provide public relation services to Cos’


Srinagar, Dec 4: In order to provide business consultancy and public relation services to the growing private sector in the state, a group of young professionals from Kashmir have launched a Public Relation Company -Press PR.
 The Press PR registered with Department of Industries and Commerce under Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise, aims to leverage the brands of the locals as well as multinational companies in the untapped market of Kashmir, it said.
 The agency has tied up with Approach Communications, India’s leading PR Agency based in Delhi.
 “Private sector in Kashmir valley is growing and many outside companies are also focussing on Kashmir. The companies are fast approaching this unexplored region to widen their market,” said General Manager Press PR Sajad Ahmad.
 “Press PR will offer the media management services, brand management, crafting, message, product launches, celebrity PR, Press Conferences, Press briefings, one-o-one interactions and media monitoring for the company as per its requirements to create a great buzz for the brand.”
 “Our team will provide quality media relations services both for established and emerging corporates and non-government organisations to help them identify and reach out to the right target media and successfully communicate their key messages,” he said.
 Press PR is Kashmir based public relation company founded by a young group of local journalists/professionals. Its team has a vast work experience in the media sector like print, broadcast and advertising which helps “our clients achieve business targets through effective and targeted communication.”
 “As Kashmir is an untapped market, the companies can hire our service to leverage their brand in this region. We design our strategies as per the needs and demands of our clients so as to give them maximum leverage of brand image in the market,” said Sajad.

Lastupdate on : Tue, 4 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 4 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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