PRGN, IPREX Add New Partners
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PRGN, IPREX Add New Partners

Public Relations Global Network, an international network of independent public relations agencies, has added members in India and China, bringing membership to 40 agencies on six continents.

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SAN FRANCISCO—Public Relations Global Network, an international network of independent public relations agencies, has added members in India and Russia, bringing membership to 40 agencies on six continents. Another international network, IPREX, has added a new member in Japan.

 

New PRGN Indian member Perfect Relations has a network of offices in 18 locations, with 408 employees handling clients from the automobile, technology, financial services and infrastructure sectors. The agency provides public relations, public affairs, content and collateral development, media and crisis management workshops, investor relations, CSR programs and digital PR.

 

Clients included Coca Cola, Tourism New Zealand, AIG, Franklin Templeton, Diageo, Mercedez Benz, Fiat, Skoda, Godrej Group, Marico, Google, Ebay and Shoppers Stop.

Founded in 1997, Moscow-based CROS Public Relations & Public Affairs is also joined PRGN. The firm has provided its services to more than 500 Russian and foreign companies, state and public institutions.

 

TrainTracks of Tokyo has joined IPREX, bringing the network membership to 71 agencies with offices in 90 cities. Founded in 2003, TrainTracks works with both domestic and foreign-based multinational clients in business-to-business and consumer markets, providing corporate and product branding, marketing communications, event management, and cross-media marketing services, as well as a digital marketing practice.

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