Next up for international PR agencies, here we review the top PR firms in Pakistan:
CMC (Pvt). Ltd. recently appointed Javed Ansari as Vice President & Chief Operating Officer for its Karachi affiliate. With three decades of rich experience in advertising and journalism, he embodies CMC’s commitment to excellence in an incredibly diverse range of PR-specialties, including community development, crisis management, public relations, strategic counseling, media management, public policy services, government lobbying, and behavioral change communication.
CMC offers strong publishing and advertising wings – the only ones in the country. Using the wide range of capabilities, CMC serves some of the world’s leading companies, like Procter & Gamble, Emirates Airlines, Microsoft, Nestlé, British High Commission, ICI, Dubai Islamic Bank, and many others.
Xenith PR organized in 1999 as a communications, public relations, and event management consultant offers over 30 cumulative years of experience between its representatives. Xenith’s affiliation with Fleishman-Hillard, one of the biggest PR firms in the world, offers Xenith great challenges to meet. Using smart, dedicated people, Xenith provides the best client service with an office culture united in teamwork, personal commitment and the highest of ethical standards.
Xenith PR’s secret to success rests in their reputation and behavior. That reputation proves vital to any business’ future prospects. Xenith partnered with Fleishman-Hillard because of its deep-rooted conviction that a global team delivers beyond an exclusively local business. Working in tandem, the partners focus on clients first and integrate their efforts delivering quantifiable results.
Bridge Public Relations knows domestic market dynamics, investing the time needed to know its clients’ diverse communication needs. BPR’s specialties include government, IT, financial, and social sectors.
BPR believes Public Relations is best approached with corporate-image-driven strategies, ensuring each client’s core values and marketing objectives are reflected and fully met. They base their results in reality, instead of how all parties feel about the end result. With BPR, theory and technique come together introducing corporate and media relationships. In short, BPR offers cost-effective ways to market corporate image to the masses with the best results.
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