LaBreche Murray Offers New Service for Start-Ups
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LaBreche Murray Offers New Service for Start-Ups

LaBreche Murray Public Relations, one of the largest independent PR agencies in the Twin Cities, is the latest firm to introduce a product tailored to specifically to start up, early stage and emerging growth companies.

Paul Holmes

  MINNEAPOLIS, August 7—LaBreche Murray Public Relations, one of the largest independent PR agencies in the Twin Cities, is the latest firm to introduce a product tailored to specifically to start up, early stage and emerging growth companies. The new service, Propel, provides integrated marketing communications and investor relations services to help organizations promote themselves without wasting time or money. 
 
According to agency president Beth LaBreche, “Engaging a public relations firm in an organization’s early stages of development can boost the credibility of its business plan and presentations to potential investors. PRopel is designed to rapidly establish product awareness and differentiation, credibility and market share among consumer and/or trade audiences.”
 
Propel is the latest of several packaged solutions from LaBreche Murray. Others include PRocast, a webcasting product; and PResence, for trade show media relations.
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