Campaign India Team
Nov 30, 2010

Perfect Relations announces tie-up with Public Relations Global Network

The decision was taken by PRGN at its semi-annual meeting in Mexico this month.

Perfect Relations announces tie-up with Public Relations Global Network

Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), an international network of independent public relations agencies, has announced the addition of Perfect Relations as its new Indian member to their network.  The decision was taken by PRGN at its semi-annual meeting in Mexico this month. PRGN’s worldwide network will now have 40 independently-owned public relations agencies across six continents, as its members.

“In an increasingly flat world, clients have ever-changing needs, want access to new markets, are looking for innovative value additions to their businesses and want to be in sync with global trends. We believe that by partnering with PRGN, we will derive the multiple benefits of reach, best practice sharing and trend mapping for our clients. At the same time, we will arm the network members, with similar advantages in the Indian subcontinent. We are very glad to be part of the PRGN network,” added, Bobby Kewalramani, Group CEO, Perfect Relations.

PRGN also included CROS Public Relations and Public Affairs in Moscow, thus expanding the network’s global reach and capabilities in India and Russia.

“We are thrilled to welcome Perfect Relations and CROS into our fold,” said VPE Public Relations’ Patricia Pérez, President, PRGN. “The primary beneficiaries of our new agencies in India and Russia are our clients who have ready access to the wealth of resources, specialized skills, and local connections our PRGN members provide,” he added. 

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